Fedora Seeking Feedback On Their New Development Portal
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 11 September 2015 at 10:37 AM EDT. 2 Comments
A number of Fedora developers have been spending the past several months working on the Fedora Developer Portal.

The Fedora Developer Portal aims to be a place where developers can learn about new Fedora packages, related tools and tech, and other features of using Fedora Linux as a development platform. The Fedora Developer Portal not only wants to target new/potential developers into choosing Fedora as their Linux distribution but to also assist existing and veteran Fedora developers by learning about new Fedora development packages and changes. The site is focused on helping developers explore, build, and deploy.

Those wanting to tour the current development version of the Fedora Developer Portal can visit the current location on FedoraInfraCloud.org.

Details on the goals of the Fedora Developer Portal can be found from the Fedora Wiki. Adam Samalik of Red Hat has written an update on the FDP where he is seeking feedback on the current state of things via this mailing list thread.
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