I'm getting ready to post the SELinux FAQ for FC3test2, and it has been
a little while since it has received an edit.
cvs -z3 login
cvs -z3 co fedora-docs/selinux-faq/
To be honest, it's in pretty good shape; language can always be tweaked,
but I'd be surprised if there were any errors. Technical content should
be accurate, but I'd like someone to confirm. :)
I've updated the XML usage to (hopefully) reflect our current usage.
This might be a good learning tool for someone ready to edit and who
wants to learn more about how we use DocBook in FDP, as well as get a
crash primer on SELinux.
Because of release timing I may have to go live before I can get an
editor's approval. I can quickly fix anything, if that appeases my
breaking the process. ;-D
thx - Karsten
Karsten Wade, RHCE, Tech Writer
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I would like to see <example> sections take on a different rendered
style, somewhat like the <screen> sections. I think the right way to do
this is with an outlined box, but without changing the shade (BG color).
That should keep an <example> distinct from a <screen>.
I hope this doesn't sound trivial in the face of other work; I was
actually doing substantial FDP work when the subject came up. As I was
showing my wife a section of text I had written, which included several
<example>s, she commented that the HTML rendering was confusing because
the <example> content itself does not significantly differ from the
surrounding <para> content. On top of that, the caption appears below
We agreed that the caption is nice to have under the content for a
professional appearance, but only if the example is in some way
separated from the rest of the text. I thought introducing yet another
color of shading was excessive. We already have blue for admonitions and
gray for <screen>. Red sets the <section> headers apart. I think simply
outlining the area and increasing the margin slightly would do the
I will Bugzilla a RFE for this change to css/fedora.css shortly, but I
thought I would solicit a few comments before I commit the bug.
Paul W. Frields, RHCE
On Wed, 08 Sep 2004 21:19:33 -0700, "Karsten Wade" <kwade(a)redhat.com>
> Probably a good idea to assume that one person will do all the
> screenshots in one pass. These should be done with a later test version
> of FC3 (test2 or test3).
> To fill the space, perhaps a verbal description of the screen, noting
> anything that is different from how it appears by default, i.e., what
> you would want changed for a screenshot.
> One nice idea about setting a standard is the person who does the
> screenshots can grep all the XML for "FIXME" or "SCREENSHOT".
> I'd suggest putting in blank <screenshot/> blocks along with a
> <remark/>, but I'm not sure you can do that without breaking the build.
I think that I'll probably use this format:
<para><remark role="FIXME">SCREENSHOT - (name of screen and window),
(description of requirement)</remark></para>
<para><remark role="FIXME">LINK - (name of unwritten
<para><remark role="FIXME">TECHQUERY - (description of technical detail
that needs to checked) </remark></para>
> > It would definitely be best if one person does all of the screenshots,
> > especially since what I know about the Gimp at the moment probably
> > wouldn't fill the 500x375 rectangle, but I'm not sure if we have a
> > screenshotter to do the work.
> Not yet, but we will. That job will need to be done either at the end
> of Sep. or the first week of October.
OK. I'll press on with the text.
I have closed the following bugs to add patches to CVS and to add
content to the website:
130051: &DOCG; entity added to fedora-entities-en.xml
131131: Keeping Up to Date tutorial posted to
131647 and 131775: Updates to Docs Guide
I'm posting a draft version of what I've got so far of the hardening doc
in my own web-space. It's not much, but it will be updated rather
randomly, as I get chances to work on it. There isn't a "draft"
statement on it at the moment (other than the title), but I'm working on
that, and it will be there shortly.
I'll be posting the XML to the bug, once I've finished chapter 1.
Please feel free to comment, critique, shred, etc.
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I've built a Simplified DocBook package (aka docbook-simple) and a
DocBook Slides package (docbook-slides). They're available here:
I'm wondering if the docbook-simple package might be useful as part
of the standard fedora-docs toolkit??
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After rebooting I get the error message
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boot: (flashing curser)
I'm sure I have successfully rebooted from a floppy in earlier versions.
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