Re: wgo - Get Started

Maybe for mobile we can list the products that they can get with GNOME mobile on them (netbooks, tables, phones) and then point developers to a site where they can get involved.

For products on Windows, I think we should be talking up products like GIMP, Inkscape, gnucash, ...

And for the GNOME desktop, we should point to distributions that ship GNOME as the default, including OpenSolaris.


On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Paul Cutler <pcutler foresightlinux org> wrote:
And last but not least for our discussion today, - "Get Started".

Here is the original planning page:

In addition to the content on this page that features distributions users can try, the sub-pages include:

* Live images (download a live image, similar to
* New developers (When we start working on content, we'll need to discuss how it's different than Get Involved, but we have some tiem)
* GNOME on Windows

To Claus' point in an earlier email, these pages, when we start working on the content itself, will need a strong call to action, directing users to get and try GNOME.  I wanted to recommend GNOME products other than just the desktop to be added, but when you think of an average user, how would they get / download and try something, like GNOME mobile?  (Moblin?).  I don't think an average user looking to learn more about GNOME is ready to run something like Moblin in a VM.

What other pages would you like to see added, if any?


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