I have a functional qcows2 libvirt image that, with some fine tuning,
we should be able to make available for download. It's a bit funky
(apparently XFree86's mouse input isn't really keen on Clickpads...),
but it works.
As far as the article content, I was thinking of a few sections,
authored by different folks:
* History of Fedora - mattdm, your summary of the Fedora project
history on the Fedora Podcast was nice and concise. Do you think you
could port that into text form?
* Fedora Stats - some fun statistics about Fedora at the time (number
of packages, versions)? Does anyone get really excited about finding
fun and obscure statistics?
* Features - Highlights of the features for Fedora Core 1. This could
be a fun segment for someone either fascinated with history, or someone
who loves reminiscing about the "good ol' days".
On Wed, 2018-03-14 at 21:27 -0700, Link Dupont wrote:
This November will be the fifteenth anniversary of the Fedora
project. Would it
be appropriate to mark this event with an article on the magazine, or
more community blog content? I thought it might be fun to provide
people with a
Fedora Core 1 libvirt image that they could boot up and see what
Fedora was like
in the beginning. Thoughts?
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