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Re: Self-Introduction: Cody DeHaan

On Sat, 2006-02-04 at 22:20 -0600, Cody DeHaan wrote:
> - Cody DeHaan

Welcome, Cody.

> - Wisconsin, USA
> - Student
> - As a recent cold-turkey convert after years of meddling with Linux,
> I would like to aid in the creation of documentation in things that
> could really help people make that step from looking at Linux/Fedora,
> to truly using it. I have been using RedHat since version 6, and
> followed the migration to Fedora Core. I have many ideas for
> documentation that I could contribute. I would be more than willing to
> help in the process of editing documents, and I am willing to attempt
> just about anything.

Fantastic.  Aside from the ideas collected on the Wiki[1], there are
projects in the works[2], and full books in CVS[3].

[1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/DocIdeas
[2] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Drafts
[3] http://webtest.fedora.redhat.com/docs/

This is the point where we are asking people, do you prefer:

1. To get instructions about what to start writing/editing?
2. To look around and find your own place to get started?

- Karsten
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