Of course, we have to produce articles on a reasonable scale. I can estimate that quite
accurately and I think it is feasible. But what effort is required to actually see an
article published on the site that we have agreed on here? What are the work processes,
decision-making steps, evaluation, formatting, etc.?
This question came to mind when I tried to offer Fedora Magazine an article on Fedora
Server and Cloud Images today. I was lost between dead links (404) and obviously unrelated
forums or kanban pages and gave up. The effort was greater (for me) than writing the
article itself (OK, a bit of an exaggeration). And then I remembered the docs
project's recommendation for vi and docker containers for preview and format checking.
Therefore, what's in the pipeline and how is it to be managed? Looking through various
Fedora project pages, I remember a lot of them at quite an old state. That puzzles me. It
indicates a relatively high maintenance effort that exceeds the available resources.