On 10/24/2017 11:56 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
It would be helpful to communicate these changes out to build awareness
and attract new contributors. I want to help contribute time to move
community wiki pages to docs and help build awareness for this migration
(but need help to do this).
I am new to this list, but after Flock this year, the CommOps team has a
strong interest in helping with this too, at the community docs level.
Since my time is focusing down on specific tasks in Fedora, this is
something I want to help support the team with (so a small team of busy
people aren't migrating eons of wiki docs).
By early November, I want to do a post or first part of a mini-series on
the Community Blog to help explain **why** these changes are important
and why we need help from others to do it. I assume the comment about
most people knowing of the planned migration is aimed at the docs team,
not the wider community. I want to help build that awareness outside of
this team too – not just that it's happening, but why it's happening.
Are there any written updates / blog posts by any team members of the
work over the last few months? This will be a good reference for me
since I'm jumping in late.
Also, are there any "recommended reads" on writing AsciiDoc with a
Fedora spin on it? I got a taste of it at Flock, but it would be helpful
to know if there's a "recommended read" on AsciiDoc by the Docs team, if
it isn't only the upstream documentation.
This is exciting to me, and this week at All Things Open¹, the
importance of documentation is a common theme for building better
projects. I hope to be of help to this, maybe less with actually
migrating docs, but helping enable others to write docs too.
Justin W. Flory