index: some intro words on the front page
authorMichael Meffie <>
Mon, 26 Nov 2012 16:29:28 +0000 (11:29 -0500)
committerMichael Meffie <>
Mon, 26 Nov 2012 16:30:16 +0000 (11:30 -0500)
Add some introduction on the front page and display andy.

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-Welcome to the [[OpenAFS]] wiki. This is a web-based collaboration area for collecting, maintaining, and distributing information about the AFS distributed filesystem and related topics.
-* [[About AFS|WhatIsAFS]]
-* [[Getting started|GettingStarted]]
-* [[Frequently asked questions|AFSFrequentlyAskedQuestions]]
-* [[Where to get help|WhereToGetHelp]]
-* [[History|AncientHistory]]
+<img id="andy" src="images/andy_juggles.jpg">
+Welcome to the [OpenAFS]( wiki. This is a web-based
+collaboration area for collecting, maintaining, and distributing information
+about OpenAFS, an open-source implementation of the AFS distributed filesystem.
+OpenAFS is a caching, distributed, network-based filesystem for securely and
+efficiently sharing files over a private network or over the internet. OpenAFS
+has support for a wide-range of clients, including Windows, MacOS, and Linux
+clients. Unix based file servers are supported, including Linux, Solaris, and
+other unix based servers.
+OpenAFS requires a Kerberos 5 realm for mutual authentication of users and
+servers. Supported kerberos 5 implementations include Active Directory, MIT
+Kerberos, or Hiemdal kerberos.
+### Features ###
+* global namespace
+* location transparency
+* client-side caching
+* read-only replication
+* access control lists
+* kerberos integration
 ## Guides and information
+* [[Getting started|GettingStarted]]
 * [[Creating a new AFS cell|CreatingANewCell]]
 * [[Windows quick start guide|WindowsEndUserQuickStartGuide]]
 * [[How to setup OpenAFS with Windows 2008 R2 AD server|Win2008R2ADasKDC]]
 * [[Windows kerberos 5 AFS service principal|WindowsK5AfsServicePrincipal]]
 * [[OpenAFS use case at CGV|usecase_cgv]]
 * [[Add-on tools and utilities|AddOnsToolsAndUtilities]]
+* [[Where to get help|WhereToGetHelp]]
+* [[Frequently asked questions|AFSFrequentlyAskedQuestions]]
 ## For the Community
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--- a/local.css
+++ b/local.css
  * ## alpha
  * 0% is opaque, 100% is transparent
  *  */
+#andy {
+  float: right;
+  padding-top: 0px;
+  padding-right: 80px;
+  padding-left: 80px;
 .pageheader {
   padding: 2em 6em 3em 2em;
   padding-left: 6em;