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Re: Feature proposal: New, Standard Documentation System



On Tue, 2008-12-09 at 12:29 -0800, Karsten Wade wrote:
> You know Fedora, we pride ourselves on our "be bold and do it"
> spirit.  Well, unless we are complaining about the bureaucracy. :)
> 
> All I ask is you to send a self-intro[1] embedded in a discussion opener
> to fedora-docs-list; obviously join the list.  We want to scope out
> solution(s) and culture change ideas there, then bring a well formed
> proposal/plan back to groups such as f-devel-l.
> 
> Within that planning process, we'll likely discover early that we need
> some resourcs such as a publictest server instance to start
> prototyping.  We can sort those requests out as needed.
> 
> Alternately, and we can consider this ... do we gain by keeping the
> discussion on fedora-devel-list?  It feels to me that we've squeezed
> the juice out of the ideas here so far, and it's time for a smaller
> group (sub-project such as Docs) to take it aside and bring back
> something more to squeeze.  But that is just a feeling, I'm open to
> other ideas.
> 
> - Karsten
> [1] That's the "how to join Docs" step that really matters:
> 
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/Join#Signing_Up
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Thanks Karsten, that's what I needed.  I think I'm already on the Docs
list, but I'll do the introduction and post some of the most succulent
ideas from this thread (at least, as I see them) there.  And I agree
with moving this to the docs list, and if we need devel input, then we
can always cross-post when needed, rather than saturate devel with
tangential issues.


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