On Sun, 2006-08-27 at 18:20 -0500, Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:
Hello Fedora Documentation list members.
The purpose of this e-mail is only to introduce myself to the list.
name is Gian Paolo Mureddu, and I'm an avid Fedora user who would like
to contribute in some way to our great community. I figured that doing
so by documenting, reviewing, discussing and proposing to the
documentation project would be one way to do it. I reckon that we in
the Fedora community are missing a centralized source of
Fedora-specific, Linux-in-general documentation, especially since a
lot of users seem to be oblivious of the existence of
I think "missing" is probably not the right word, since a lot of people
spend a *LOT* of time editing the wiki and making sure it has lots of
good, updated information available. With the release of Fedora Core 5,
and the upcoming Core 6, the default Web browser bookmarks even include
helpful links such as going directly to the wiki.
We are working on a new "front page" that would be delivered into the
Web browser to make the navigation even easier. If you want to get
involved, you can contact one of our contributors, Bob Jensen, who has
committed to getting that particular work off the ground:
I'll now run through the archives and read all there is to read
started... So I guess that for now I have my hands full. Anyway, hello
to all the Fedora Documentation Project members!
Maybe just the last couple of months would be enough to get an idea of
where we are. Even on a lower-traffic list like ours, that's a lot of
reading! Don't let it keep you from making some real contributions,
though, there's plenty of work to go around here. :-) Welcome!
Paul W. Frields, RHCE http://paul.frields.org/
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