On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 07:01:33PM -0700, Pete Travis wrote:
I strenuously agree about the need for a solution providing tutorial
content. There's plenty on the wiki, if you can find it, but wiki
content just doesn't feel qualified and doesn't invoke the same trust as
something that's clearly taken more effort to curate and present. I
And our wiki is split between that kind of user documentation, developer
documentation, pages used to track work (and even as a workflow engine),
random other things, and of course a healthy dose of accumulated cruft.
If the rest of the community expressed an interest, I'm confident
we could come up with an inviting and productive solution. If anyone
wants to pursue it, I invite you to bring this portion of the
conversation to docs(a)lists.fedoraproject.org . I don't think we need a
second group to support a second documentation product - or an expansion
of the existing lineup - just a more active docs group. The venture is
really peripheral to Fedora.next - but a larger docs community would
help us keep up with such changes, one way or another.
Absolutely! And to be clear, I wsa not suggesting starting a competing docs
effort of some sort. What I want is to focus more interest and effort on
what you're doing, so we do get that more active group.
Matthew Miller -- Fedora Project -- <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>