I've added a few more stuff to edit ready and I'm hoping someone will
take a look at the remaining stuff for KDE.
I'm also going to add KOffice I'm not to sure if it's the default
install or not but I believe it is used enough to be added.
We've struggled for the last several releases with multiple release
summaries and overviews, keeping them in sync, and so forth.
Last release, Paul and I swore we would find a way to provide a single,
canonical source for *all* of these.
Today I noticed yet another release summary in the wild that needs
taming, inclusion, or something:
A release summary is referred to there that can be added to by anyone.
Do we want to invite those people to instead add their enhancements to
canonical summary? Then cross-link back in to that namespace?
We can use clever [[Include()]] statements that draw only specific
parts, so each 'mirror' of the canonical summary can show the most
Anyone interested in doing this work? It involves:
* Working out a single canonical location from amongst the several
- Press release needs (more lightweight)
* Define a format for that page so that it can be fragmented (if needed)
for different summaries
* Write up a process for jamming all that together
Karsten Wade, Developer Community Mgr.
Dev Fu : http://developer.redhatmagazine.com
Fedora : http://quaid.fedorapeople.org
gpg key : AD0E0C41
I don't know the correct way to pass on this information, so could you
either advise me, or forward it.
On the page http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Distribution/Download
The headings for the SHA1 checksums are not correctly associated with the
* i386 (32-bit AMD, Intel Pentium, Intel Core Duo)
* x86_64 (64-bit AMD64, EM64T, Intel Xeon, Intel Core 2 Duo)
* PowerPC (32-bit and 64-bit Macintosh, 64-bit pSeries)
Just a basic schedule proposal to set some dates for both AG and DUG
If this is good, we can add it to our master schedule 
* now - 15 Feb: writing, shifting content, ...
* 15 Feb: Basic deadline for guide writing, content should be
edit-ready, and in the correct order
* 16 - 22 Feb: Editorial pass on the wiki (to keep edits in
* ?? 23: Wiki2XML tutorial day (might be a good idea)
* 23 - 29 Feb: Wiki-to-DocBook conversion
* 1 March: Launch of both guides (English version) + send off
POT-files to L10N
Bart <couf(a)fedoraproject.org> <couf(a)skynet.be>
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I am looking for a user paper that explains how grub works and how
you set it up with the Rescue DVD and such. I see nothing and guys on
the Fedora List know nothing.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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few of us had a meeting over on irc and have agreed on a few things:
1] DUG looks good (GNOME)
2] DUG (KDE) almost as good - may need some attention depending on what
KDE release goes in F9
3] New placeholder for AG conversion is
However, listed pages are still edited in their 'old' location:
As agreed, I have cleaned the AG of stuff that will not be included.
Pages that had content are now in Docs/Drafts and the references to
those that were empty are removed.
The core group of 3-4 people have committed to early March completion of
the AG, more hands on deck are more than welcome.
 - ready for wordsmithing / format fixing
A quick heads-up to note that most of the Docs modules have now been
added to Transifex:
As soon as translators will start using Tx to submit files, we'll
start to see commits similar to the following:
> From: "Transifex System User" (transif) <fedora-docs-commits redhat com>
> Author: transif
> Log Message:
> 2008-01-25 Dimitris Glezos <dimitris glezos com> (via glezos fedoraproject org)
> * po/el.po: Dummy update in Greek translation
Jabber ID: glezos(a)jabber.org, GPG: 0xA5A04C3B
"He who gives up functionality for ease of use
loses both and deserves neither." (Anonymous)