my name is Jakub Filak and I am a developer working on ABRT. I also maintain
ABRT packages in Fedora and I would like to start publishing articles about
ABRT. I am not sure if it is a good idea :)
Initially I would like to transform this Wiki page to a Fedora Magazine
I finished up my freeorion package and it's now pending karma in Bodhi. I wrote a "FreeOrion is coming to Fedora" article that I thought could be a cool way to tie back to the article last month about compiling and installing FreeOrion manually. Now that freeorion has an official package, I tried to angle this article with "how you can help contribute". I explain Bodhi briefly, and provide links to the packages.
I wrote an initial draft, but I think it needs some rework. I feel like it could be structured as:
1) Introduction - remember the other FreeOrion article? Well now freeorion is coming to Fedora, but...
2) It needs your help! Install with updates-testing and try out the game. Provide feedback on Bodhi.
3) What is Bodhi? Why does a staging/testing service exist? (maybe expose a bit of the "behind-the-curtain" about what purpose Bodhi serves to Fedora?)
On 11/02/2016 08:40 PM, Matthew Miller wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 02, 2016 at 01:17:53AM -0400, Justin W. Flory wrote:
>> showcase the awesome work happening throughout freenode. I reached
>> out via email to their community team to see if Fedora could try to
>> help pilot something with regards to these new outreach efforts.
> Awesome -- thanks for doing this, Justin!
>> 1) Articles about the Fedora Project, the Fedora community, or other
>> exciting news about Fedora for the freenode blog and other platforms
> I can see an article with some statistics for how much we use and
> depend on Freenode every day.
Following up on this now! Now that my exams are finished, I've had more
time to swing around and finish up on things. I submitted a PR to the
freenode website with a blog post titled, "Celebrating Fedora 25 with
freenode". I would appreciate any feedback on the post (preferably in
the GitHub issue, but the Marketing mailing list works fine as well).
Let me know if anyone has any thoughts on this! Hopefully we can get
this added to the front page of https://freenode.net soon. :)
Justin W. Flory
Does anyone know how to customize the server error messages the
Magazine web site gives? In the event of downtime, we should refer
people to http://status.fedoraproject.org/ and possibly to the
infrastructure (or this?) mailing list.
Fedora Project Leader