On 05/29/2018 09:04 AM, Mike Saunders wrote:
I do Marketing & PR at The Document Foundation, the non-profit entity
behind LibreOffice. And before this, I spent almost 20 years writing for
Linux magazines, such as Linux Format and Linux Voice:
I'm a huge supporter of FOSS, Linux and digital rights, and I'm lucky
that my day job involves helping to spread the word about LibreOffice
and grow our community :-)
I'd like to write an article for Fedora Magazine about how Fedora users
can get involved with LibreOffice, in a few areas -- development,
design, marketing and so forth.
What do you think? Thanks!
Hi Mike, nice to see you here. :-)
The best place to start is the guidelines for writing and submitting a
new article for the Fedora Magazine. You can find that here:
Particularly, I would recommend writing a pitch and getting that
approved first before writing an article. I'm not sure if the Magazine
has published something like that before, but it will be easier for the
editors to review and give you feedback on a pitch. They can help guide
the direction of the article if needed.
More detailed info on pitches here:
Happy writing, looking forward to seeing you around here!
Justin W. Flory