My name is Rui Gouveia. I'm a co-ordinator of the Portuguese (pt)
translation team of Fedora.
My purpose for joining this group, for now, is to guarantee that all the
translated documentation is delivered properly to our users.
This was suggested by Ruediger Landmann in a bug report  and I accept
I hope, in the future, I can spare some time to help writing new
Thanks for your time
 - https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=617532
I added an August Calendar to the schedule at
This might give a little more visual picture of what we have coming up
this month. OK, it isn't beautiful; mizmo I'm not, but at least it
should help get a feel.
One week from today we will begin preparing the Alpha Release Notes.
If you have an application you think should be mentioned in the Alpha
Notes please be sure your Feature page is concise and compelling.
The Alpha Release Notes are quite succinct, so not every new feature
will be mentioned, in fact, probably not every major feature will be
mentioned. But if we don't know what cool thing you are working on,
then for sure it won't be included.
If you have a really important story to tell, consider going to
select the appropriate beat, and write a short pitch on what cool thing
you are adding for Fedora 14. If English isn't your first language, or
you don't think you are the best writer, don't worry. We have editors
who will polish it up. Just be sure to make us aware of what you have
Thanks for all your hard work
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I am pleased to let you know that the first official draft of the
Musicians' Guide is now available under the "Draft Documentation"
category on the Fedora Documentation website, http://docs.fedoraproject.org
The current focus is on establishing a consistent style and making the
document sound professional. There are still many incomplete portions,
especially missing links and images, and I will be working to fix these
as quickly as possible. Updates will be posted at least daily until
August 9th, and frequently after that point.
More than ever, testing is crucial to help ensure that a high-quality
document is released with Fedora 14. We are very appreciative of any
assistance you can give us, and we will work hard to incorporate all
feedback that we receive. Please send comments to this email address,
or file a bug report on the Red Hat Bugzilla.
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Start End Name
Tue 27-Jul Mon 02-Aug Validate Former Beat Writers
Mon 02-Aug Mon 09-Aug Recruit New Beat Writers
Tue 03-Aug Tue 03-Aug Notify Development About Alpha Release Notes
Tue 10-Aug Tue 10-Aug Start Alpha Beat and Feature Page Review
Tue 10-Aug Thu 12-Aug Comb Beats and Feature Pages for Alpha
Thu 12-Aug Thu 12-Aug Fedora 14 Alpha Release Readiness Meeting
Thu 12-Aug Fri 13-Aug Prepare Alpha Release Notes (1 page)
Thu 12-Aug Mon 16-Aug Create Alpha Announcement (Marketing & Docs)
Mon 16-Aug Mon 16-Aug Post Alpha Release Notes One-Page
Tue 17-Aug Tue 17-Aug Alpha Public Availability
Tue 17-Aug Wed 25-Aug Write Unclaimed Wiki Beats
Tue 17-Aug Tue 31-Aug Test master branches of guides against Alpha and
Have you found something that is working really well in your schedule?
Or maybe you've found something you believe would work better in the
Update the schedule retrospective page now to capture all of the
important details as they happen: