On Wed, 2008-07-30 at 15:57 +1000, Christopher Curran wrote:
David Nalley wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 2:31 AM, Karsten 'quaid' Wade
>> On Tue, 2008-07-22 at 17:39 -0400, David Nalley wrote:
>>> Hi all:
>>> Quick note to introduce myself and volunteer for the RelNotes Filesystems
>>> I am a sysadmin for a consulting company based in South Carolina,
>>> where about 25% of my job deals with creating documentation. I've been
>>> a Fedora Ambassador for several years and contributed a few other
>>> I currently maintain the SecAdvisories Beat for FWN.
>>> As for writing I have managed to fool a few magazine editors into
>>> letting me write a few articles over the years. In a OSS project I was
>>> involved in around 4 years ago I dealt with DocBook, but I am sure my
>>> skills are pretty rusty from lack of use, but hopefully I can ramp
>>> back up pretty quickly.
>>> If no one else has stepped forward to handle the Filesystems Beat I'll
>> Welcome, thanks, and it's all yours! Go ahead and update the beat
>> assignment. Most of the work happens on the wiki initially, but we
>> would like to train others in the wiki2xml conversion process, if you
>> are interested.
> Updated. I am interested in learning the wiki2xml process.
> David Nalley
The editor in me suggests we standardise on file system instead of
filesystem. It looks and reads better and when one can avoid a neologism
they should. And yes if you cc me once it's written I'll be happy to
edit for you :)
I for one agree with this. No decent spell checker even recognizes
"filesystem," but I admit I've been guilty of using it from time to
Paul W. Frields
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