I'm not clear on this. Who is responsible for http://fedoraproject.org/ ? I'm not sure how many people actually use this base URL, but it needs some loving. One of the links is broken, and it could be more informational.
One idea that I had is that this URL could redirect to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ and that the Wiki's front page could feature all of the existing links, with a brief description. This would allow easier maintenance, and would automagically make the page more useful.
With Red Hat announcing the creation of The Fedora Foundation, it seems like Fedora's information will eventually move away from fedora.redhat.com to its own domain. I don't know if this would be fedoraproject.org or something entirely different. If the migration is to fedoraproject.org, then my above suggestion would not create any problems. Simply removing the redirect and dropping content similar to fedora.redhat.com would be acceptable. The Wiki and the rest of the fedoraproject.org hierarchy would not conflict with the content currently at fedora.redhat.com, and links could be added to whatever main page is at the base URL to direct people to the current fedoraproject.org content. If anyone needs any clarification on my thinking, drop me a line.
For reference, the broken link currently at http://fedoraproject.org is the 'Fedora FAQ pages at homelinux' link, which points to http://fedoraproject.org/faq , which redirects to http://fcp.homelinux.org/modules/wffaq when it should redirect to http://fcp.homelinux.org/modules/smartfaq .
-- Patrick "The N-Man" Barnes nman64 n-man com
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