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On 13/05/10 11:05, Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 07:04:57PM -0400, Gerard Ryan wrote:
> On 12/05/10 13:12, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>> As you might have noticed, the marketing team has been doing a few
>> feature profiles covering various new features in Fedora 13, the last
>> ones remaining are one of Btrfs and SSSD
>> So, take a quick look and let me if you have any suggestions on
>> improving it. Documentation folks - appreciate you review as well. We
>> would like to send it out to the press in a couple of days.
> Hi Rahul,
> I read the Btrfs interview, and I noted the following:
> 'So right before doing a big yum update our plugin we'll take a snapshot
> of the filesystem, now you have two copies of the filesystem, and then
> yum does its update onto your original volume.'
> --I would suggest adding a comma after 'big yum update,' (for
> readability) and change 'we'll' to 'will' ('we'll'
seems to be a typo
> 'How many developers are working on Btrfs full time and from Red Hat?
> What do they focus on?'
> --Either remove 'and' or say 'How many developers from Red Hat are
> working on Btrfs full time?'
> 'Is there any features that ZFS has that Btrfs does not at this point?'
> --Needs to be: 'Are there any features that ZFS has that Btrfs does not
> at this point?'
> I hope this has been helpful. Obviously there might be other things that
> I missed also.
If you have a Fedora account already, you can actually make these
edits yourself. The wonderful thing about a wiki is that it
encourages collaboration like this directly on the document. You
don't need to ask for permission to make improvements. And the
changes you make are recorded in a history record, so if there's any
problem, it's easy to find and correct it.
Thanks for participating and reviewing!
Oh yeah, didn't think of that Paul, thanks! I'm still finding my way
around here! :)
Made those changes to the wiki, and a couple more I didn't see the first
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