|The Fedora Usability SIG (Special Interest Group) aims to provide coherence, accessibility and intuitivity for all people using Fedora and its associated resources. Fedora should provide a simple and coherent interface. Improving Fedora end-users experience is our job.|
Become a Usability contributor
You can help the Usability SIG in several ways: coding, writing some documentation about Usability, testing and more. You don't need to be a programmer, all depends in which domain you would like to contribute.
Usability SIG is also a meeting point between coders, artists and users to share their experience.
If you are interested in helping with this effort, you should complete the following steps:
- Join the desktop list.
- Join #fedora-usability channel on irc.freenode.org to get assistance and discuss with the members.
- Establish an account and sign the Contributor License Agreement (CLA) to be able to edit the wiki: http://join.fedoraproject.org/
All current objectives and future work are listed here. If you want add a task, please do it.