Ticket #36 (closed other artwork request: wontfix)

Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

Summer coding collateral: Posters and banners for rotation on fedoraproject.org front-page and in blogs

Reported by: ianweller Owned by: somebody
Priority: minor Component: component1
Severity: Quick & Easy Keywords:
Cc: quaid Blocked By:
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Description

Requested by Karsten Wade:

For the Summer coding ideas for 2009 page we need to target contributors to suggest and offer to mentor specific ideas. "Contributors to generate ideas and mentor students for 2009 Summer coding projects," is a specific theme. These are the ideas that many students us to propose projects for the upcoming Google Summer of Code (GSoC); other Summer/student coding projects may use this list. We do not know yet if the Fedora Project and JBoss.org are going to be accepted for GSoC 2009. For this reason, I've been separating our general "Summer coding" work from the the GSoC work

Change History

comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by ianweller

Also on the wiki in the same section from quaid:

Target audience of students to apply to GSoC; delivering collateral to existing contributors for those who may be students and can apply to work on Fedora code for the Summer. Google will be opening the student application process soon; Fedora will have our Summer coding ideas for 2009 page populated with ideas and mentors by then.

comment:2 Changed 5 years ago by quaid

  • Priority changed from major to minor

In terms of this year, for the original request, we no longer need these posters and banners.

There might be some simple publicity value in doing status and success banners during and after this Summer coding session.

For that reason, I'll leave this ticket open, figuring we should close by the end of August if no one wants to pick it up. Resetting priority accordingly.

comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by duffy

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to wontfix
  • Severity set to Quick & Easy

closing ticket as it was never picked up. (sorrys!)

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