Curt Warfield RHCSA, RHCE | Technical Support Engineer
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I have massaged the "Build your own cloud with Fedora 31 and Nextcloud Server"
article into what I think is a presentable form for the magazine and the
original author has given it his blessing. What buttons do I need to press next?
Also, I would like to make a few minor edits to my already-published article
"Learning about Partitions and How to Create Them for Fedora". I would like to
correct a file system path and I would like to delete a paragraph about file
system corruption from the section about the var partition. Is that OK? Are
there any tricks to editing an article that has already gone live?
Gregory Lee Bartholomew
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Just a friendly reminder that you agreed to do the image for #101. I
haven't scheduled it yet because it does not have an image. I think it is
supposed to go out tomorrow.
13:27:55 <asamalik> #agreed PUBLISHING SCHEDULE: Fri 24 Jan 2020: #90 How
to use keyboard connected over thunderbolt to decrypt hard drive (image:
DONE, edit: asamalik) -- Mon 27 Jan 2020: #101 Build your own cloud with
Fedora 30 and nextcloud (image: asamalik, edit: gregbartholomew) -- Wed 29
Jan 2020: #130 4 cool projects in COPR (image: DONE, edit: cverna)
Planning to write an extension of my previous article on buildah based
on below points
1) Using Docker file to create image
2) using buildah bud to allocate cpu, memory limits
3) mounting volumes using buildah command
4) buildah commit
5) buildah copy
Looking for approval and suggestions
What sort of timeframe would be feasible for getting the Fedora CoreOS
article edited and posted? FCOS exited preview on Tuesday and it would be
great to get the announcement out soon.