----- "Karsten 'quaid' Wade" <kwade(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> From: "Karsten 'quaid' Wade" <kwade(a)redhat.com>
> To: fedora-docs-list(a)redhat.com
> Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2008 6:28:00 AM GMT +10:00 Brisbane
> Subject: Re: Week 35 - Linux Security Guide and Linux Deployment Guide
> About $subject ...
> The generic "Linux ... Guide" titles cover a lot of ground.
> I don't really imagine any of us covering other Linuxes, though.
> clearly outside of the Fedora Docs purview.
> Naturally we can just set the scope of the book to use Fedora as the
> canonical example. But there seems clear room for brand confusion.
> Wouldn't a Linux Security Guide be about Linux and not just Fedora et
> General question for the list and specifically for Michael:
> Should these be "Fedora ... Guide" instead?
This documentation effort is about Linux, not just Fedora/Red Hat. I'm pulling in some writers from Novell-Suse and Ubuntu to contribute to these fedora hosted projects. We all agree that the way to make Linux survive is to join our lamps together for greater illumination through procedural instruction.
I wondered what was happening with the FUG/DUG these days? And perhaps
more generally, what was happening with Docs Project? I've only been
following along loosely, and should probably check the archives, but I
was thinking about taking a crack at writing some stuff over the next