The file /usr/share/doc/HTML/index.html (Fedora Core main page from
http://fedora.redhat.com) is outdated.
Truly it is.
What is the source for this document? Has anyone found it?
I'm setting this to block relnotes for FC5, we need a good file in place before
release. Target test3 for changed content.
It's generated in the fedora-release package from a header, a footer and the
english release notes. See the fedora-release module in
If it comes from the release notes, how can it be outdated? Maybe I was
thinking of something else.
Yes, there are a few places where the version numbering in the release notes is
not accurate. Those are test release bugs. :) But the rest of the content is
highly relevant and current.
Does the header/footer need updated for new logo-fu?
I was meaning the title page of http://fedora.redhat.com (ie the page you see
after the Firefox browser launch).
Right, ok. That page is in fact the release notes in English in a single HTML
page, using the same format/styling as the fedora.redhat.com website.
Perhaps the best thing would be to just do up an entirely new page with the new
Maybe. I was pointing out that the left side of the page with the FC menu is
outdated because URLs got changed some time ago (ie
http://fedora.redhat.com/download become http://fedora.redhat.com/Download etc).
Thanks, I'm a bit slow today. Yes, at the very least we need to update the CSS
This is fixed for FC5 test3. Thanks for the bug report, this one had slipped
between the cracks too long.
* Links updated, where needed.
* New links added to fedoraproject.org, fedoraproject.org/wiki/FAQ, and
* New logo used
* Copyright updated to 2006 in the footer
I'm going to first move this bug under the fedora-relese package, then I'll
close it for test3.
Moving to Fedora Core > fedora-release module, before closing.
Also updated the links in the upper-right corner, which were missed and are
implicit in the idea of fixing all the broken/old links. :)