Earlier this year, we did have this post:
If i recall correctly, during the editorial meeting on this topic, it was
decided that it was the edge of going either to the community blog, or
staying on the magazine. Ultimately, we did post it on the magazine, as it
is an entry level contributor task. Anything more detailed, or involving
building packages or similar IMHO is more community blog focused.
On Mon, Dec 3, 2018 at 12:30 AM Aleksandra Fedorova <alpha(a)bookwar.info>
My original proposal was about very practical How-To article, targeted to
people who are already Fedora Packagers.
So from this point, the Community Blog looks logical.
But there are two concerns though.
1) as it says in 
Ideally, Community Blog posts are big headlines pointing out the big
stuff to be aware of. Someone can drill down on the details by following
hyperlinks to learn more.
My article with step-by-step how to doesn't fit into this description. I
want it to be _the_place_. where you point to. That is why I was thinking
of it as the article in a journal, not a mail to devel-list or a blog post.
2) The word CI is so rarely used around Linux distributions it would be
nice to mention it once in a while in public.
Thus making a bit of CI-noise on Fedora Magazine could be a good thing
(right now there is not even a tag for it).
Even if people won't be interested in the exact details of the article,
they should still know that there is CI, and it actually works.
would it work better for Fedora Magazine if I add some short introduction
on how CI works at the beginning and make it more accessible for outsiders?
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