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Minutes 29 August 2005 FDSCo meeting



Working out scheduling details, much more documentation presence in FC5
release.  New colophon thanks you and you and you and you for your
contributions to the release notes.

Want your name to appear in that colophon?  Become a relnotes beat
writer!

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FDSCo meeting
29 August 2005
#fedora-docs, irc.freenode.net

Attendees:
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Paul Frields
Tammy Fox
Karsten Wade
Stuart Ellis
Gavin Henry
Mark Johnson

Guests:
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None

Regrets:
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(Deprecated field)


Updates:
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The IG is going to be in the GOLD ISO and on the CD, so it needs to
track the release notes cycle

Work on Docs/ and Docs/Drafts/ is ongoing, ACLs should be applied to
those pages soon and we can start experimenting with parent-child
relationships and drafting documentation.

At Elliot's suggestion, we'll hold off on requesting for keyword usage
in commit log messages until the script is written.


Actions:
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Karsten - Relnotes announcements in usual places

Stuart - Contact Anaconda team for what they think needs to be in the
         IG for FC5

Karsten - How is trans for XML diffs v. line diffs?  Ready yet?

Karsten - Can trans do the IG in staggers, and fix the differences
later.

Karsten - Update schedule, moving IG out of test1 and inline with
	  relnotes, including packaging

Paul - Working up a docs package, XML included, yelpify?

Karsten/Stuart - Get a look at some MoinMoin to DocBook output.

Gavin - Write up Wiki page of what to document for relnotes.

Gavin - Start a discussion on recruiting for relnotes beat writers.

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