One page release notes sprint?
mel at redhat.com
Mon Apr 12 13:09:19 UTC 2010
Hi - you're getting this email because you're either (1) on the
Marketing list, (2) listed on
working on one-page release notes, or (3) a professor for the class.
The release is coming up soon, and we'd like to get the one page release
notes done in first-draft form ASAP. We'd like to schedule one or more
sprints in order to do this; sprints are when we get together online and
plunge into Making Something together. In this case, I think etherpad
(via http://piratepad.net/) makes sense as a collaboration medium.
Fill in your schedule availability on http://whenisgood.net/adan9w (it
literally takes 45 seconds; I timed myself) and see the results at
http://whenisgood.net/adan9w/results/ghwnx9. I'm watching results and
will shout out sprint times *I'll* be online for to the list (my minimum
criteria: myself + one other non-Allegheny Fedora community member + one
Allegheny student in attendance) - others are free to propose their own
(in other words, you can totally sprint without me. ;)
The way I see this working is that the Allegheny students will largely
be writing the one page release notes deliverable, and the non-Allegheny
Fedora folks will be answering questions and throwing notes on *how* to
make one page release notes into
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/One_page_release_notes_SOP for later
cleanup by the Alleghenians - but there'll probably be plenty of
crossover between the two.
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