I have a pending request that I need to accomplish soon. There is a
ticket for this request:
Mike, just to clarify: did you want the "doc-Deployment_Guide"
component under "Fedora" or under "Fedora Documentation"? There
seems to be some confusion about this.
Technical Writer | Red Hat, Inc.
#fedora-meeting: Docs Project Meeting - Agenda:
Meeting started by jjmcd at 00:03:02 UTC. The full logs are available at
* Roll Call (jjmcd, 00:03:23)
* Last week's action items (jjmcd, 00:04:07)
* Release notes format changes (jjmcd, 00:09:52)
* ACTION: jjmcd to check with glezos on po's (jjmcd, 00:26:45)
* Status on CC license rollout (jjmcd, 00:28:45)
* Guide needs? (jjmcd, 00:29:58)
* All other business (jjmcd, 00:38:57)
Meeting ended at 00:47:09 UTC.
* jjmcd to check with glezos on po's
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* jjmcd to check with glezos on po's
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John Poelstra さんは書きました:
> Name Start End
> Final Software Translation Period (POT to PO) Tue 2009-08-04 Thu
> Translate Beta Release Notes Tue 2009-09-08 Thu 2009-09-17
The entry of "Docs :: Release Notes" has not yet been appeared in Fedora
12 collection in Transifex.
Can someone please provide any follow-up info?
Name Start End
Generate POT files for all fed-rel-notes.rpm content Tue 2009-09-08 Tue
Remind announce-list & f-deve-announce Thu 2009-09-10 Thu
Wiki Freeze: Beta Release Notes Tue 2009-09-15 Tue
String Freeze: release-notes.rpm Wed 2009-09-16 Wed
Import publican to fedorahosted.org/release-notes.rpm Wed 2009-09-16
Remind new guide owners SRPM package review Thu 2009-09-17 Thu
Reminder to Trans that POTs coming and how many Tue 2009-09-22 Tue
At this weeks meeting, Rudi said the Publican 0.4x package *would* get
updated to include the new CC BY-SA licensing page.
Are we ready to pick a firm date to, "Make it so"?
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Community Gardener
Marketing! Logistics! Documentation! News! Design! Ambassadors! (If I've
missed a group that should know about this, please forward it on and let
Linux Pro Magazine (LPM) has proposed to make a special Fedora print
issue for F12 - thousands of magazines out on newsstands internationally
with an F12 DVD tucked inside. This would be very, very cool. We're
trying to figure out whether this is possible, whether we should do it,
and (if both of those are "yes"), how the balance of work would be
distributed between the Fedora community (perhaps with help from the Red
Hat Brand team) and LPM.
We'd love your thoughts and feedback. This is moving quite rapidly (it
first came up on Wednesday afternoon; we need to give a yes or no for
F12 next week), so I've summarized the current state of things on a
project page at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_print_magazine. We
would particularly love your ideas for
Rikki Kite from LPM is being absolutely awesome about transparency for
this entire process, has made a version of the proposal for public
consumption (it's all the information that we have, minus financials and
If you have any questions, please add them to
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_print_magazine#Questions - myself,
Max Spevack, Karsten Wade, and David Nalley will be calling Rikki and
the folks at LPM tomorrow (Friday), so that'll be a first chance
(definitely not the last!) to get some of these questions answered.
PS: One of the most surprising things I've learned in the last 24 hours
is that the good folks down in LATAM are already doing a Fedora magazine
According to http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Documentation_Beats
there are quite a few open beats, unconfirmed writers (*), and beats
still containing F11 content (#).
If you have begun work on a F12 beat, it would be helpful if you could
confirm your status (remove *), and update the status of the beat if
there is no longer obsolete F11 info present (remove #).
If you've never written a beat, why don't you consider joining in on the
fun?! It's not as difficult as you may think, and you will learn a lot
about the topic you choose to cover.