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--- Comment #2 from Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com> 2011-04-28 19:19:42 EDT ---
Sorry for not being more clear. The Fedora Documentation Project has a
Bugzilla account or alias with the email address fedora-docs-list(a)redhat.com.
This email address should reflect the list's correct address,
It would also be helpful to change the occurrences of the old email address in
assignee, cc or qa contact fields for components in the Fedora Documentation
product, but I suppose those will cause failures unless the account/alias email
is changed first.
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I'm going to make sure they're all fixed for the F15 version first, then I'll
consider updating the F14 version.
The Guide isn't packaged. Also, the Ardour tutorial files have an incompatible
licence, and cannot be hosted on Fedora Project infrastructure, so only some
of the files would be included in a package. I'll consider packaging it for F16
in the fall.
> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 07:46:18 +1000
> From: David Timms <dtimms(a)iinet.net.au>
> Subject: Re: Musicians' Guide Links Are Broken
> To: docs(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
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> On 27/12/10 18:01, Christopher Antila wrote:
> > I'll fix this in the master branch tonight, but should I fix it in the
> > published document as well?
> Hi Chris,
> I would say definitely yes. Is it packaged, or just available for
> download from the fedoraproject site ?
> If it's packaged, would it make sense for the examples to be included in
> the package, so that users can more easily use it ?
> docs mailing list
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As per this bug 665663 (see below ), all of the links to tutorial
files in the Fedora 14 Musicians' Guide are broken. Most of the chapters
work on the idea that users will download some files to start the
tutorial, then use those files to develop their own fully-completed
project. Without these files, users can only complete some of the
tutorials - many of the chapters are useless, because the URLS are
I'll fix this in the master branch tonight, but should I fix it in the
published document as well?
I've juste seen that our about 100% translated anaconda file has
changed to 0% under transifex.
Seeing other files, that should not be a completly different POT file
because others still get some string translated.
I was looking for the old french po file to see differences but I
can't find it in your repo (seeking using fedorahosted).
Viewing a 6 days commit who explained that po files are no longer
saved in the repo, are we still able to revert changes when errors
Where could we get history files?
What happens to our file?
For the past couple of releases I've been making nightly builds for the
Live Image Guide using a script written by McD:
Is this script still valid for F15? I noticed that nightly builds of the
release notes are now published to docs.fedoraproject.org, but I haven't
heard anything about what we should be doing with the guides.
Also, I assume the new Transifex will affect the process in some way,
but I have no idea how!
The Live Image Guide is all ready to go for F15 - I just need help
publishing it. Sorry if instructions have already been sent round.
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The Musicians' Guide has been branched, and I've tried getting it into
Transifex. For all I know, it is in Transifex - I haven't had enough time to
figure out exactly what to do, and what should happen. Now that things at
school have basically finished, I'll have time this week to figure it out.
Also, there's a major bug (665660) that I have to fix myself, and the same
lack-of-time thing applies as for Transifex.
I'd appreciate a QA contact for this guide, if somebody wishes to volunteer.
My understanding is that it means you'll be asked to review bug-fixes when
> Message: 3
> Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2011 19:31:32 -0400
> From: Zach Oglesby <oglesbyzm(a)gmail.com>
> Subject: Guide Status
> To: Fedora Docs List <docs(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
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> I am trying to wrap my head around our current status, and would like
> guide owners to please reply to this post with the status of the guides,
> as well as any issues that they are having and help they may need. It's
> getting to be crunch time and I have not seen a great deal of action so
> I am starting to get worried.
> If you can't remember what guides you own, or if you own any you can
> look on the meeting page.
> : https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs_Project_meetings#Guides
> Zach Oglesby
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> zoglesby on irc.freenode.net
Unless someone would like to step up and run the meeting this week, it
will be canceled. If I don't hear anything back tomorrow about someone
wanting to try their hand at running the show I will send out a reminder
of events for the following week as well as any big issues that have
come up this week.
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Hi, I added a few paragraphs "How do I delete a file?" in the:
I have two notes though:
For me it is most appropriate to place it where I have, but others might
suggest elsewhere eg: common issues ?
Even if it makes sense to add it where I have, there is page notes
regarding Good to * and Publican to 0, that suggest that this change
wont make it into the final doco ?