I signed up to join the project 2 weeks ago and shortly thereafter went on
vacation before proper introductions were made. Allow me to introduce
I am Michael Clarkson and I am currently an instructor for Red Hat and
Cloudera, President of a training company, and I have recently filed a new
corporation that will specialize in hardening Linux in the enterprise.
I am currently working on finishing my last 3 RHCA exams and one more to
also lock up my RHCSS. I teach all Red Hat Administration courses below
RH300 and also teach Satellite Server, Virtualization, and SELinux. I will
be adding the new Server Hardening course the second week of July.
I have some development background in BASH, Python, a bit of Java, and
XHTML. I can also write in LaTeX and will, for obvious reasons, be adding
Docbook to my repertoire.
I have been an avid Linux user and administrator since the mid '90s and I
feel it is time to give back to the community that has kept me so well
employed for so long. I felt it best to begin with the docs project as the
software is only as good as the end user's ability to use it. Without solid
documentation even the most powerful tools are useless.
Initially I would like to connect with some of the experienced doc project
members to ensure I have the team's methods and style down. I am here to
learn first, then contribute where my skill set can do the most good.
My GPG info is in my sig and I shall be pouring over the docs wiki to prep
Cheers everyone. I look forward to working with all of you.
Michael J. Clarkson, Jr. - RHCE, RHCI, RHCX, RHCVA, CCAH
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Fedora Docs Team:
I'm wondering if anybody's heard anything recently about this project:
Looks like it was on the verge of completion, "2 months ago," but
nothing else has happened? I guess the Fedora 19 Beta period isn't
quite the moment to be poking releng, but maybe it is.
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Unless I'm mistaken, we don't currently document livemedia-creator, the
tool used to create customized live images. Its predecessor,
livecd-creator, wasn't documented either:
An extensive readme with procedures is available here:
I'm thinking that adding this to the Fedora Live Images guide would make
sense, and the Installation Guide and other docs could refer readers to
it where appropriate.
Has this been discussed previously? If not, what does everyone think?
Engineering Content Services
Red Hat Asia Pacific
Phone: +617 3514 8184
There's another meeting coming up soon. We'll be gathering in
#fedora-meeting on freenode at 1400UTC, 3 June 2013.
-- Pete Travis
- Fedora Docs Project Leader
- 'randomuser' on freenode
Before filing a ticket, I wanted to ask here first.
One of our translators has found out that some of the .po files in the
System Admin Guide are not in Transifex for translation.
Culprit is NetworkManager.xml.
It seems it is the only one.
Can you please add to Transifex, or should I file a ticket for this?