seems a good idea.
// pedro andrade
On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 2:41 PM, Eduard Lucena <pagure(a)pagure.io> wrote:
x3mboy reported a new issue against the project: `fedora-marketing` that
you are following:
There is a new project from Ambassadors called ["Fedora User Handbook"](
). The idea is to have a
generic book for beginners that can be used among releases. Even when the
original book is in Czech, the project is to make the english translation
the main one and from the english version start to create translations in
The proposal is to start to read the handbook, provide feedback (or even
translations when possible) and try to have the book finished to F26
Release and start to publicize it.
== Actions made
Right now I'm working in the spanish translation, hoping to finish soon.
There are a lot of "Beginners books" that gain attraction but can be
outdated or giving wrong information about both the distro and the
community. Having one born from the community, and when all of us can be
involved, updating the info and putting the right info about everything
could be a great place to start and to drive new user into Fedora.
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