I opened a new ticket  for the Design Group, I also linked this
discussion, so everyone wants to add a idea is requested to edit the ticket.
Il giorno mar 18 ott 2016 alle ore 14:59 Jiri Eischmann <
eischm...@redhat.com> ha scritto:
> Matthew Miller píše v So 15. 10. 2016 v 12:16 -0400:
> > When I ask what people would like from Fedora, one of the most common
> > requests is "make it either LTS or rolling release". Since these are
> > very different thing with very different impact on users, I usually
> > dig
> > deeper and find that the real thing is people are worried about
> > losing
> > a day or two to upgrading.
> > I've been emphasizing for a while now that our answer is to address
> > that actual pain point, and rather than changing the way we release,
> > we're solving it by making upgrades easy. And with Fedora 25, it
> > seems
> > like we're really getting there. Since it's one of the top things
> > people present as a problem, and we've got an answer, I think we
> > should
> > develop some marketing around it.
> > I just updated my system and it took about 26 minutes. I think it'd
> > be
> > fun to play with the 1980s pizza chain delivery promise, and have
> > some
> > banners and maybe stickers with related slogans and graphics. (Of
> > course,
> > Fedora is _always_ free; that should be worked in somehow.)
> > What do you all think?
> Definitely a good idea. I can imagine a video where you start the
> upgrade process, have a sip of coffee, look back at the monitor and the
> ugprade is done.
> Anyone it'd be great to have a video about news in Fedora 25. GNOME has
> been doing them for some time and they're pretty popular: https://www.y
> outube.com/watch?v=LhY7rpWXm1Y (they usually get up to 135k views on
> Youtube, that's a great number). Such videos can also be used at Fedora
> booths played in loops.
> Someone did this for F22: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgfnHck_lbI
> and it got 55k views even though it was not an official video.
> Generally I think we should expand more into video. I know it's usually
> more consuming than static graphics, but it gets attention. And
> sometimes it's not even that difficult. For example, we did a video
> that showed what people can find at the Fedora booth at LinuxDays. I
> just grabbed a phone and the video was done and uploaded within 10
> minutes and it was played by hundreds of ppl.
> P.S. my upgrade to F25 took 15 minutes in total, pretty awesome
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