On Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 07:24:46PM +0100, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
We are looking for interested people who are willing to write docs
in person for one week. You don't have to be an existing docs team
member to participate. It helps if you're familiar with AsciiDoc,
but if you're not, it's easy to learn.
You'll hang out with other people interested in making Fedora
documentation the best in the world. Fun will be had, but mostly it
will be the sort of fun which involves sitting in a small room
intensely focused on writing and editing. If that's *your* idea of a
good time, this will be a good experience for you.
You can find details about the FAD, including the goals here:
The Fedora Council has approved funding and we will make selections
based on the ability to the person asking and within our approved
travel budget. https://pagure.io/Fedora-Council/tickets/issue/174
Interested? Open a Pagure ticket in the Fedora Docs tracker here:
- Your Name/FAS
- Why you want to come and what your background in writing (of any kind) is.
- Any specific areas of interest
- Location you will travel from
We will start picking people ASAP.
I daresay this would be *very* well suited for Magazine writers (old
or new) who have expert proficiency in English. I encourage
contributors to take a look and apply if you fit the bill.
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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