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Re: Using elvis?



On Fri, 2004-07-30 at 09:12, Dave Pawson wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-07-30 at 07:34, Karsten Wade wrote:
> 
> > Sorry if I'm being dense, but I don't understand how having public CVS
> > resolves the problems of Fedora docs? 
> 
> 
> One problem I see it addressing.
> There is no (apparent) way to get documentation *to* Fedora without it?
> 
> Even a statement, drop it into this repository and it will be reviewed
> in two weeks, would be a help.
> 
> I.e. why should I write if there is no way to get stuff into Fedora?
> That's the issue being addressed... or more accurately, not being
> addressed, despite promises some time ago.

You are, how do you say?, "spot on."  Can't argue with the facts,
although I'm trying to figure out how I, at least, can be a conduit to
get documentation into Fedora.  Still, that's not a scalable model, eh?
;-)

My concern right now, though, is this: what if open CVS access were done
tomorrow?  How ready are we for it?

1. What is our process to decide who gets write access to fedora-docs?

2. What should be in there _right_now_ that is not?

3. What bugs are there to fix in the existing documentation, so
contributors can start working on them?

4. What should be on the fedora.redhat.com/docs pages _right_now_?

4.1 How are we going to manage multiple documents across multiple
versions?  The left hand navigation bar is going to fill up pretty
quickly at this rate.

As for 1, I haven't the foggiest idea what Cristian's process is going
to be.  We should at least discuss it, though.  The other items are
something we can do something about.

- Karsten
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