sundaram at redhat.com
Sat Nov 26 20:24:22 UTC 2005
> Yes, I know, but IMHO it's important to mention it in annoncements.
> Just take a look a recent articles about Fedora on /. or osnews.com:
> Authors just summarize official announcements. They won't even bother to
> read Release Notes :(
The test release notes tend to highlight what we require feedback on to
get a better final release out of the door. Fstack protector is mostly
transparent to end users like how all security features should be but
going forward we will take care to mention such features in the
announcements. It would be good to get such reminders *before* the release.
> Well, I'm not a native English speaker and right now I don't feel so
> comfortable in writing official texts. My grammar sucks and I don't
> want people to laugh at me ;) Writing on mailing lists or in bugzilla
> is a bit something different...
I have heard that too many times and that excuse is basically
unacceptable to me. I am not a native speaker either. I contribute and
let peer review and other editors polish it if necessary. If you can
contribute the raw content, editors can take care of the rest including
grammar. The only requirement you need is interest and I see you already
have it ;-)
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