bex and I have been experimenting with Antora  to build the docs for
some time now. Today we've finally reached a point when we are confident
enough to share the result with a wider audience. I have just updated the
staging instance  of our docs.
In case you're curious how it all works... The main playbook describing the
whole site is in bex's fork of the docs-fp-o repo, in the "antora_playbook"
branch . All other repositories are referenced from the playbook
Please have a look and give us feedback on this very thread.
FranciscoD asked me on IRC to send this to the list since he's not
>Hello! We're planning the next round of Fedora classroom sessions. If
you'd like to take a session, please ping me in #fedora-classroom or
drop me an e-mail. Thanks! https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Classroom
I'll just add that his mail is listed on his user page on the wiki:
Looks like the people who work on organizing the classes could use both
attendees and volunteers. Check out the Help wanted section on the wiki
page if you want to volunteer, they have a variety of roles available.
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
Docs Writing Hour on 2018-06-06 from 10:00:00 to 11:00:00 US/Eastern
The meeting will be about:
Join members of the docs team in #fedora-docs for writing time. This is a great time to focus on writing and talk about challenges and blockers related to producing content.
There is no formal schedule for this meeting. Attendees should show up and use this as a way to block writing time into their week.