On Sat, Sep 11, 2010 at 07:17:30PM +0530, Anuj More wrote:
I am Anuj More and I came across a lot of discussions about Fedora
Insight (We dont want to call it as our attempt to take over Ubuntu, but I
am sure it will help in that direction) To my delight, there are talks of
the site being built in Drupal.
Actually, it has nothing to do with "taking over" Ubuntu. Fedora
Insight is a way of keeping contributors, journalists, tech writers,
and the general public better informed about what's happening around
the Fedora Project. Can you give me an idea where you got the
impression that it was about something different from that? If we
have some wrong information on one of our properties somewhere, like
the wiki, I'd like to fix it.
I have a considerable experience working with Drupal, Joomla and
In fact, I built this site with my college pal (Nothing great happening
there, but you can check the modules and themes used) in Drupal. I am very
much familiar with the modules used. I am comfortable with C, C++, Java
(Yeah. That is a part of my SE (Second year engineering) portion) Learning
PHP at present.
If there is anyway I could help in making/marketing/promoting that site, I
would be more than ready to help.
I am a part of :
* Fedora Ambassador Project (user)
* Signed CLA Group (user)
* Fedora CLA Group (user)
* Fedora News Contributor Group (user)
If it matters in anyway [:P]
May not relate, but my Wordpress autoblog link:
We'd love to have your help! Unfortunately, it's likely I can't
attend the Insight meeting on Thursday since I'll be on travel in
Raleigh, NC and at some meetings. Right now we need some help setting
up the Views module to produce a view of the Fedora Weekly News
content for each week that combines all the individual beats (nodes of
content) into one big page for convenient reading. Is that something
you'd feel comfortable working on?
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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