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On 07/17/2014 05:48 AM, Sudhir Khanger wrote:
On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 8:52 AM, Ankur Sinha <sanjay.ankur(a)gmail.com
Are there any
newcomers here that would like to introduce themselves and get
This is Sudhir Khanger. I am in between careers trying to become an
developer. I live in central India. Although I wish to move to
some more tech oriented place in India if I had an opportunity.
Like many others I started using Ubuntu as a hobby many years ago. Due
to ASPM bug
I had to switch to Arch Linux which if I had time I would
have to say would be the best Linux distribution in form of OS offerings
and very focused community. Earlier this year due to lack of time I
wanted to switch from something that is less time consuming yet latest
and focused on cutting-edge. I should also note that I started distro
hopping when Gnome and Ubuntu started discovering HIG and how we use
computers. I finally settled down with KDE. I have to say Fedora KDE is
the best any distribution could offer. I am personally a fan of KDE SIG.
It is sad that it doesn't have a place in the WorkStation grandeur.
I would like to contribute to Fedora is some small sense. I like
writing so I am
open to contributing to wiki although docs sounds so
official and makes me afraid of making mistake. I could also learn of
use COPR and package some software that aren't and can't be main
Besides Linux, I like to write, ponder over technology, life and
spend time with family, you don't seem to have enough of
that these days.
I know what you mean about docs - there's a lot of process and tooling
that goes into creating the guides. It's something the docs team has
been thinking about, so I created a guide called the Fedora Cookbook
specifically to have a place for people to put short tutorials and
such. I think you would do well writing for this, and I'd be happy to
help you with writing and proofreading something that interests you.
The first 'recipe' in the cookbook is instructions on how to write a
. Feel free to reach out on the docs-qa mailing list to talk about
*your* recipe, or visit #fedora-docs.
We're also working on the F21 release notes, and that always means a lot
of work. It's hard to find everything that's changed, so I encourage
people to report what they know at
or with a
bug report - and don't worry about writing it perfectly, it really makes
a big difference to have help with the research.
- -- Pete Travis
- Fedora Docs Project Leader
- 'randomuser' on freenode
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