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Re: [opensuse-project] [RFC] What about welcome.opensuse.org?
Am 21.09.2011 17:55, schrieb Jos Poortvliet:
First of all, I think it's a good idea to replace SUSE Greeter.
Initially I was thinking why not just point to openSUSE.org but it does
make sense to have a page specifically for those who have installed
openSUSE already. So it should have a prominent search for more software
(!!) and links to the important how-to's and other documentation. Share
pls once you have something nice :D

I´m still working on a first prototype (Alpha) of the website. I expect to being ready with it tomorrow.

I´m on the way to integrate some article links to news.o.o (called Appetizers) to make the people stay in the openSUSE ecosystem for a while. Imagine you´ve installed openSUSE, open your browser the first time and see some links which are saying you "Hey, here´s something interesting about your brand new operating system, Have a look or you will miss something important ;-)"

On the other hand: One big advantage against SUSEGreeter should be the integration of one-click installations. It´s not that important when a new version just get released, but after, let me guess, 5 months, there will be some changes you might want to install. So, it should show you the newest KDE and GNOME packages as well as the most important patches.

kind regards,
Kim

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