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Make intro less Fedora specific #377

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ncoghlan commented Aug 4, 2016

I mentioned to @ralphbean at PyCon that the fedmsg docs still gave the impression that it was a Fedora Infrastructure specific project, and finally found the time to put together a concrete suggestion for ways to reduce that impression :)

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ncoghlan commented Aug 4, 2016

The CI run actually passed, the failure is due to #376 causing things to fail on Python 2.6

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pypingou commented Aug 4, 2016

I like it! :)

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sayanchowdhury commented Aug 5, 2016

👍 for me

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tvieira commented Aug 7, 2016

+1

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pypingou commented Aug 8, 2016

Let's merge :)

@pypingou pypingou merged commit 05bd2c9 into fedora-infra:develop Aug 8, 2016

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`Click here to see a feed of the Fedora bus
<https://apps.fedoraproject.org/datagrepper/raw>`_. There's also a
``#fedora-fedmsg`` channel on the freenode network with a firehose bot echoing
messages to channel to help give you a feel for what's going on.
You can find the list of available topics in our infrastructure
You can find the list of available topics in Fedora' s infrastructure

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extra space

``fedmsg`` (Fedora-Messaging) is a python package and API used around
Fedora Infrastructure to send and receive messages to and from applications.
``fedmsg`` (FEDerated MeSsaGe bus) is a python package and API defining a brokerless

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python should be probably written as Python

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