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Documentation Feature for Fedora 9



Something I glanced on IRC this morning ...

        < mwiriadi> I think docs for F-9 will be a huge + for the distro

... set off a spark in my head.

What do you all think of putting forward "more and better 100% community
produced documentation" as a feature for Fedora 9?

If you look at the definition of a feature[1], you see that it is "a
significant change or enhancement to the version of Fedora currently
under development that may or may not include new packages."

Sounds like our current workload to me. :)

One benefit is that our feature becomes part of the formal list of
features that we promote for the release.

How does this sound?  We ready for more spotlight?

Anyone interested/excited to write up our feature and remain the point
of contact for it?

- Karsten

[1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/Policy#Definition_of_a_Feature
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