Start End Name
Thu 12-Aug Mon 16-Aug Create Alpha Announcement (Marketing & Docs)
Thu 12-Aug Fri 20-Aug Prepare Alpha Release Notes (1 page)
Mon 23-Aug Mon 23-Aug Post Alpha Release Notes One-Page
Tue 24-Aug Tue 24-Aug Alpha Public Availability
Tue 24-Aug Wed 01-Sep Write Unclaimed Wiki Beats
Tue 24-Aug Tue 07-Sep Test master branches of guides against Alpha and
This schedule reflects the delay of the Fedora 14 Alpha Release by one
week and extension of the remaining dates on the schedule. Please let
me know if any of the dates look wrong or do not reflect the wishes of
My name is Minh Nguyen and I am interested in joining the Documentation Project.
I am an Oracle and Teradata database developer. I write a lot of SQL, PL/SQL, and Stored Procedures. I also write scripts in Perl and Unix shell. At home, I dabble in all things Linux, PHP, HTML/CSS, etc. I love to tinker, learn new things, and share what I have learned.
I enjoy writing step-by-step tutorials for my personal site. In this manner, I think I can make useful contributions to the Documentation Project. I would also like to help proofread and update documents. I am always fortunate enough to find a kind and knowledgeable soul whenever I need help big or small, and I would like to take the first step in giving back to the community. Please let me know how I can start helping.
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"John J. McDonough" <wb8rcr(a)arrl.net> wrote:
> I noticed that, but I also noticed a lot of R add-ons. Probably a
> bigger, but similar, user base.
> And quickly browsing the CERN website earlier, they seem to be
> positioning ROOT as a data analysis thing, not altogether unlike R but a
> little glossier and able to handle much bigger datasets. I didn't dig
> far enough, tho, to tell whether there was really any meat there. Of
> course, a lot of the ROOT add-ons are pretty specifically for people
> playing with particle accelerators. Probably not a huge audience.
I will check that and add it to
ASL, CLC, AMS, CMS
In last night's meeting it was observed that we might be light on
talking points and release notes, and that we might look at changed
packages that haven't gotten a feature page.
To that end, I have placed an updated version of the Fedora Technical
The Fedora Technical Notes lists all changes between Fedora 13 and
Fedora 14 Alpha, with links to the upstream website where available.
Note that only the US English version reflects Fedora 14 Alpha. The
other languages are still Fedora 13.