Yes, I've tested the fix, and it worked. Looking forward to your feedback.
On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 8:08 AM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 01/02/2017 06:49 AM, Vikash Moelchand wrote:
> I'm Vikash, currently a grad student in Mathematics in the Netherlands. I
> would like to contribute a little to the Fedora community, and figured
> helping writing articles for Fedora magazine would be something I'd enjoy
> I have a little experience in programming (working on C now, and basic
> knowledge of R and Python), and have been using Linux for over 10 years
> (I definitely would not call myself an expert, but I surely am past the
> beginner stage).
> I think Ive been a little too excited, as I already have finished my
> Here is it:
> Could you give me permission to contribute to the magazine? And perhaps
> review my draft?
> Kind regards,
Hi Vikash, welcome to the Magazine mailing list and thanks for your help
in contributing the RedShift article! I was looking through the meeting
logs from Thursday and I didn't see this one mentioned. I'll try to take
a look at this one later today once I'm home from work and get you some
feedback (if not today, over the weekend).
Have you (or anyone else on list) tested + verified the Wayland fix? For
something like this, we'll definitely want to make sure we publish this
only if we can offer a workable solution for Wayland.
Thanks for your time and efforts writing the draft up!
Justin W. Flory