fedoraproject wiki has problem with Japanese browser

Karsten Wade kwade at redhat.com
Thu Oct 20 20:02:15 UTC 2005

On Tue, 2005-10-18 at 09:18 -0400, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> On 10/18/05, Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com> wrote:
> > Fedora Documentation > fedora-websites
> >
> > All bugs for all formal Fedora websites should use this component.
> Can there be a clear... enumerated listing...as to what counts as a
> "formal" site in the definition of that bugzilla component?

Argh!  You caught me ... curses!  Foiled again.

I was trying to avoid the loaded term "official", so I have started
calling things "formal".  

Consensus decisions that become "the-way-it's-done" == "formal".

For us, it really can only mean sites we control the domain, hosting,
etc. of.  I'll see if there is a way to get that into the bugzilla
description, but I 

The bugzilla description now[1] reads:

"Problems and requests for all formal Fedora Project websites.  This
list is currently: fedoraproject.org and fedora.redhat.com."

[1] Now is relative to when some magic-fu happens.

> I guess the fedoraproject.org mainpage and wiki header/footer should
> have a link back to this "formalized" bugzilla component.

Yeah, that would be cool.

> -jef"if only we had a servicable trademark that could be used
> exclusively on formal sites to help distinguish which sites are
> tracked in the central bugzilla...."spaleta

Yeah, and a link to a pre-filled bugzilla request.

- Karsten

> -jef
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