Just a quick top post. Anyone who has volunteered or been coerced ;-)
into helping with the release notes project, please do the following:
1. In https://bugzilla.redhat.com/beta/userprefs.cgi?tab=email
under "Users to watch:" relnotes(a)fedoraproject.org
2. Take a look at the dependency tree to see the open bugs (URL below)
3. If one is within your beat, make a note in the bug that you are
writing it up and work on the content
I'm working on the XML skeleton for the release notes. If anyone has
seen XML files that are Fedora release notes specific, let me know where
Watch the f-d-commits list for the XML skeleton, I'll also send an
announcement here when it is ready.
On Wed, 2005-05-18 at 15:23 -0700, Karsten Wade wrote:
Now is your final time to get your release note requests in for
Current version of the release notes is available here:
This version is in plain text.
Here is how you can send in release notes:
* Use this pre-filled bugzilla template (preferred method):
-- OR --
* Send email with details to relnotes(a)fedoraproject.org .
The latter will likely have a bug created to track discussion and
resolution. Please file a bug instead in the first place.
Release notes are now being handled by a team through the Fedora
Documentation Project. Individuals or small groups handle a particular
Your note will be assigned to a writer on your beat.
All release note requests are available through the tracking bugzilla
You can read more about the beats, which are subject to change as we
develop this process. Note that many of the current writers are
temporary assignments only.
We are looking for ongoing relnotes beat writers. If you or anyone else
is interested, please visit:
Thanks - Karsten
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