[CentOS-promo] Timing: Re: CentOS Stream 9 "launch" promotion

Tue Nov 30 16:24:10 UTC 2021
Rich Bowen <rbowen at redhat.com>

Ok. I guess I'm looking to you, then (and Fabian) to confirm when we're 
ready to push the website updates out.


On 11/29/21 16:53, Alain Reguera Delgado wrote:
> On Mon, 2021-11-29 at 14:10 -0500, Rich Bowen wrote:
>> If you're ok with going out with the old logo, and updating later, I'm
>> fine with that.
> Yes, I am ok with it. Btw, the issue describing the new logo problems
> and the place where we expect discussion to happen is the following:
> https://git.centos.org/centos/Artwork/issue/5/
> This is a great opportunity for the community to bring fresh ideas
> around the CentOS symbol once again since the last discussion in this
> other link:
> https://git.centos.org/centos/Artwork/issue/1
>> Do you think we can launch the blog post and website later this week?
>> Tuesday or Wednesday, perhaps? Is that something we can get done?
> In my opinion the distribution release announcement really depends on
> what we are targeting here (something worth to mention in the announce
> note too). For example, gui-desktop, gui-server, non-gui-server, etc.
> If we are targeting a non-gui-server distribution we are good to go as
> we are now (the issues we have are not visually relevant), but it
> wouldn't be the case if we are targeting a gui-desktop or gui-server
> distribution (the issues we have are visually relevant).
> The issues related to centos-logos backgrounds (which are not visible
> yet) and the Tour application (showing Fedora logo instead of CentOS
> logo in one of the first welcome screens the user sees after a clean
> install) are still present. Surely I am not seeing the entire picture
> here but it seems to be lower in quality to announce a Desktop
> distribution without background images and a logo different from the
> one used by the project to identify itself, in a place where the
> project mark should be stamped on.
> Considering the continuos nature of this release, the fact that issues
> pending to solve will always exist, and the need of releasing: would it
> be possible to include a new section to the release note to provide a
> list of those unsolved issues dynamically? Probably a link to
> bugzilla.redhat.com filtering by some specific tag or something like
> that?
> The issue related to distribution default web browser welcome page
> (centos-indexhtml) is already fixed. Thank you Carl.
> Best regards,
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