On Fri, Jun 05, 2009 at 09:29:42AM -0400, John J. McDonough wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jack Aboutboul" <jaa@xxxxxxxxxx>
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> Subject: Fedora 11 Tour
>> Hey All,
>> I've been working on the Fedora 1 Tour page. Link is here:
>> Can anyone tell me how they like it and if they think it is lacking
> The Plymouth screencast is probably one of the most exciting parts of that
> tour. Unfortunately, as an "oddball" format to perhaps 90% of the
> potential audience, it is really only viewable to the converted.
> I don't know if there is an unencumbered format that would be usable to
> most of the potential customer base, but it seems a shame to keep such a
> cool feature a secret. Actually, I think a few more screencasts could add
> a lot, but again, to really be valuable they need to be viewable.
Ogg is completely usable by most of the potential customer base. I
added links to the page:
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