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Re: beat contributor, beat writer

Le lundi 30 avril 2007, Bart Couvreur a écrit :
> Alain PORTAL schreef:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Can somebody tell me what are a beat contributor and a beat writer?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Alain
> Hi Alain,
> snippet from http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Beats
> -----------
> The release notes are separated into beats. A beat, derived from
> newspaper and laboratory usage, is the act of reporting news or research
> results; or a round or course which is frequently gone over, by a
> newspaper reporter or a law enforcement officer ("beat cop").
> These are the pages where the release notes beats are written. Content
> here may be derived from bugzilla reports and mailing list discussions.
> Each beat has one or more beat writers, as assigned on the release notes
> beats page. The beat writer(s) are in charge of the beat pages. These
> pages are open for all to contribute. If you know something that should
> be in the release notes, this is the place to put it.
> -----------
> Basically a beat contributor is someone who added something to a beat,
> while the writer is "responsible" for that beat (getting it into shape,
> making sure it's ready, etc)

I think I understand, unfortunately, I don't find a french equivalent :(
If a french contributor can help me ;-)

Thanks to you and Milos.

Les pages de manuel Linux en français

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