Fedora.next in 2013 -- Big Picture and Themes

Matthew Miller mattdm at fedoraproject.org
Mon Jan 6 15:50:29 UTC 2014


On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 07:01:33PM -0700, Pete Travis wrote:
> I strenuously agree about the need for a solution providing tutorial
> content. There's plenty on the wiki, if you can find it, but wiki
> content just doesn't feel qualified and doesn't invoke the same trust as
> something that's clearly taken more effort to curate and present. I

And our wiki is split between that kind of user documentation, developer
documentation, pages used to track work (and even as a workflow engine),
random other things, and of course a healthy dose of accumulated cruft.

> If the rest of the community expressed an interest, I'm confident that
> we could come up with an inviting and productive solution.  If anyone
> wants to pursue it, I invite you to bring this portion of the
> conversation to docs at lists.fedoraproject.org . I don't think we need a
> second group to support a second documentation product - or an expansion
> of the existing lineup - just a more active docs group.  The venture is
> really peripheral to Fedora.next - but a larger docs community would
> help us keep up with such changes, one way or another.

Absolutely! And to be clear, I wsa not suggesting starting a competing docs
effort of some sort. What I want is to focus more interest and effort on
what you're doing, so we do get that more active group.

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