Fedora Contributor Stories

rafael liu rafaelliu at gmail.com
Thu Jun 26 19:20:38 UTC 2008

+1 Paul

We should have a channel specifically for Fedora, from newbies to
intermediates mainly, I think. Even because RHM have lots of other things
other than Linux. I agree RHM could help us posting some of our most
important articles, but we shouldn't depend on them.

Just one thing: I don't mean a channel to publish stories, it's much more
general. Posting tips, news, bugfix, articles, etc.

2008/6/26 Paul W. Frields <stickster at gmail.com>:

> On Thu, 2008-06-26 at 15:21 +0100, Jonathan Roberts wrote:
> > 2008/6/26 Pawel Sadowski <mcgiwer at fedoraproject.org>:
> > > Yeah, maybe we could publish it @ www.redhatmagazine.com, but we have
> to
> > > talk with guys like Paul W. Frields I think and ask if something like
> > > that would be possible.
> >
> > The people at RHM are very nice and I'm sure would be more than
> > willing to help us out. I've written a few things that they've posted
> > for me, and I'm sure they'll do the same in the future too :)
> >
> > Hopefully though, in the not too distant future we'll have our own
> > Fedora solution, there's just a few loose ends to iron out and a work
> > flow to be figured out so that we can pull some of the marketing stuff
> > together (contributor stories, interviews etc) with FWN - at least
> > this is what I'm hoping to achieve!
> Right -- I'm very happy about our work with RHM but relying on them for
> a constantly growing pool of stories that we want to maintain may be the
> wrong way to leverage what's essentially a regularly changing feed.
> Rather, we want that pool to be around in a growable but persistent way
> that's attractive to existing or potential contributors.
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