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A while back we discussed putting together a group of editors that would review changes
and guides to make sure they were correct and written well. Since then little has
happened. The biggest issue has been extra cycles in peoples' day and I can
appreciate that. This is an important task that anyone with a little time can help out
with. It's especially good for newbies that want to become involved but aren't
familiar with DocBook and the like as they can see what we are writing and *how* we are
With that said, I'd like to propose the following:
1) We change the QA on all components in BZ to docs-qa(a)l.fp.o so interested QAers can
subscribe to that list and see when QA is needed. We also need to setup docs-qa in BZ and
maybe have it send a message only when the the ticket is set to MODIFIED and ON_QA (I
think this is possible).
2) Create a wiki page outlining the purpose and mission of docs-qa and provide guidelines
for what to check for.
3) Create a wiki page outlining the guidelines for QA in the bug-handling process.
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