Mr. Leslie Satenstein
An experienced Information Technology specialist.
Yesterday was a good day, today is a better day,
and tomorrow will be even better.lsatenstein(a)yahoo.com
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From: Christopher Antila <crantila(a)fedoraproject.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2013 3:48 PM
Subject: Re: Comment about Installation
It looks like you found some areas that could certainly use improvement!
If you would please report these issues on Bugzilla, with "Fedora
Documentation" as the product and "installation-guide" as the component,
we could track the revisions in the customary Docs Project way.
Reporting issues by email alone means they are more likely to be forgotten.
On 08/24/2013 10:05 PM, Leslie S Satenstein wrote:
> I noted the following
> Only one desktop environment can be selected at install time. To install
> additional environments once Fedora is installed, use the *Software*
> tool or the |yum groupinstall| command.
> I do not recall a previous mention of yum in this guide. We who are
> familiar with Fedora know yum as the command line system software tool
> that accompanies Fedora. Perhaps we need to elaborate with a footnote,
> about yum and where to fetch the yum documentation.
> *Mr. Leslie Satenstein
> *An experienced Information Technology specialist.
> Yesterday was a good day, today is a better day,
> and tomorrow will be even better.
> lsatenstein(a)yahoo.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
> alternative: leslie.satenstein(a)gmail.com
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> *From:* Pete Travis <me(a)petetravis.com>
> *To:* For participants of the Documentation Project
> *Sent:* Friday, August 23, 2013 6:54 PM
> *Subject:* Re: Self Introduction
> On 08/23/2013 03:20 PM, Samuel W. Flint wrote:
> > I'd be interested in proofing and contributing to the Amateur
> Radio Guide.
> > Sam
> > On Fri, August 23, 2013 2:40 pm, JÃ©rÃ´me Fenal wrote:
> >> 2013/8/23 Samuel W. Flint <swflint(a)flintfam.org
> >>> Well, I can't say I've done much writing in the past, or
> on any
> >>> big
> >>> name free-software projects, but I do have a bit of code up on the
> >>> EmacsWiki.
> >>> I have fairly advanced computer skills, no degree, but otherwise
> I do
> >>> have
> >>> programming and administrative skills.
> >>> I have moderate people skills, and can speak well, having a firm
> >>> of
> >>> the English language.
> >>> I feel I am an excellent match for this project because I have an
> >>> understanding of the English language and of the technical concepts
> >>> required for it.
> >> âHi Sam, and welcome!
> >> On which documentation project woud you like to contribute, and
> in which
> >> area?
> >> You may want to review the docs table at
> >> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs_Project_guides_tableâ
> tell us
> >> where you'd like to start, either by proofreading (and getting a
> grasp on
> >> Docbook and the publican tool chain), or by contributing content
> on the
> >> guides needing love.
> >> Surely people here will guide you.
> >> Welcome again,
> >> J.
> >> --
> >> JÃ©rÃ´me Fenal
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> Hi Sam, welcome to the team.
> I've sponsored your membership in the 'docs' FAS group. Now you can
> participate in elections, go vote for a release name!
> The table Jérôme linked to has a column that will lead you to the git
> repo for the Guides. I think you'll get the hang of docbook pretty
> quickly, but the hardest part IMO is writing the content and I suggest
> you dive into that first. We can help you with the markup as needed; I'm
> happy to help where I can, and that's true of many people.
> Many of us hang out in #fedora-docs and more watch the mailing list.
> I'm looking forward to working with you here and there.
> -- Pete Travis
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