#23: Add content for network login
Reporter: ke4qqq | Owner: quaid
Type: enhancement | Status: new
Priority: minor | Milestone: f10
Component: Content | Version: 10.0.0
Currently this is an ellipsis and needs to be documented. (currently
I have seen content on this in RHEL manuals, though I can't seem to find
this atm. Since RHEL manuals are licensed under OPL this may be nothing
more than a copy job.
Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/install-guide/ticket/23>
Fedora Installation Guide <https://fedorahosted.org/install-guide/>
Fedora Documentation - Installation Guide
I've parsed the most recent emails as best as I could and pushed new
schedules, but I know parts are still wrong. In particular:
1) What to do with Installation Guide dates and tasks
2) Description of "0-day tasks"
I don't think continuing to do this over email is going to be productive
so I'm wondering when we can all meet on gobby again? Or if telephone
works I'd be glad to set up an international phone conference? Or let me
know when your next IRC meetings are and I can try to attend?
Those are all the options I can think of :)
After realizing I wasn't cutting down on the email going to moderators,
I set mailman not to notify for auto-discards. I don't want to be a
mailman dictator, so if anyone disagrees please call me on it!
Paul W. Frields
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Following the wiki for the Doc team I wanted to drop the list a note
introducing myself. My name is Jonathan Jesse and I normally work with the
Kubuntu Documentation team and have also spent sometime working with the KDE
The product I consult on for a living uses Red Hat and I am need to learn
the Red Hat/Fedora way of doing things.
When I joined the Ubuntu project a couple of years ago, I worked with the
group in the documentation team as it seemed the best way to learn how the
system worked and how to use the product, hence the reason to join the
documentation team for Fedora. I hope to learn not only how Fedora does
their documentation but also how to better use an RPM based system.
Have a great day,
Forwarded from fedora-wiki because you should all know about this and
----- Forwarded message from Nigel Jones <dev(a)nigelj.com> -----
Subject: Page Restructuring Information
From: Nigel Jones <dev(a)nigelj.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 12:27:33 +1000
Reply-To: Moderate traffic list for contributors collaborating with the wiki <fedora-wiki(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
I'm moving in less than 24 hours, but on my list of things to do/say
before I move is setting up a repo for the page restructuring files.
First of all, take a quick peek at
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Wikibot_page_restructuring which has a
little bit of background info (anyone is welcome to redo this, I was
just in a hurry).
Here is the deal:
Anyone that has signed the CLA and can already commit to _ANY_ hosted
project, can commit to the wikirename.git repo, if you can't commit to a
project on Fedora Hosted, apply for the 'wikirename' group in FAS and
within an hour of getting approved you'll be able to commit. Sound
Commit e-mails will go to this list, hopefully it won't get too
Also note, that the files are named so:
<First Part>\<Other Parts> in the old page name gets added to <first
(i.e. EPEL\FAQ, would be added to epel.psv not docsproject.psv)
Nigel Jones <dev(a)nigelj.com>
fedora-wiki mailing list
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Ian Weller <ianweller(a)gmail.com> http://ianweller.org
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I just went through and removed all the requests to join 'docs' that are
more than a month old without a self-intro to this group.
If I removed yours by mistake, please let us know. I used google.com
and my own email archive to search for self-intros for each account
Karsten Wade, Community Gardener
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