thanks for editing and posting my first article about projects in Copr, I really like it :)
I have written a draft for a new article and it would be cool to publish it next week so the articles can come out every other week.
I'm a CS teaching assistant from University of Tartu, Estonia. I recently submitted my dearest project Thonny (Python IDE for beginners, http://thonny.org) into Fedora repository. Miro Hrončok, who helped me with this, suggested me to write an introduction to Thonny for Fedora Magazine. So here I am, eager to write a pitch and receive your input :)
I would like to write the following article:
Summary: Getting started with V-rep Robotic Simulator in Fedora
Description: This article aims at giving the reader an overview of how to
get started with V-rep Simulator on Fedora.
>> The step-to-step guide to installing V-rep.
I plan to write a second article following this that would explain about
dependencies, etc and working with V-rep using any language on fedora
>> Features, and dependencies of V-rep
>> Working with V-rep
I have drafted my idea here. Please review the same.
I created a new draft for an article I would like to schedule in the
next week, "Tell us your 2017 Year in Review". I revived this from
writing about two years ago instead of starting fresh, and I appreciate
an editorial pass too.
A draft is available here:
It takes from this post here:
Even though it is more "community-facing", my intent is to reach a wider
audience (for example, in 2015, we had a team I never knew existed write
an article and they attributed hearing about the opportunity from the
Is it possible to schedule this in the next week? The CommBlog companion
article publishes on Monday, so any time after then is fine. Thanks!
[[ Also, side note, it would be super cool to get a Year in Review from
the Magazine too, after our 3 million record breaker!! ]]
Justin W. Flory
Summary: schedule tasks for later execution (ex: run a script) using at command.
Description: being able to schedule a task for later execution, during the administration of a system is a crucial ability: to run a particular script or
schedule any other job.
Unlike cron, with 'at', we are able to execute a command or script.
After reading this article, reader will be able to install at, configure, execute and manage the scheduled jobs.
Regarding to changes, I have edited my article as mentioned in the mail. I have included use cases and did other changes as well. Since the article was getting too lengthy, I will cover the 'MySQL vs Redis' and 'Redis commands' sections in PART 2 in detail.
Just did up 3 "Best of" articles to cover us over the holiday break, they
are scheduled for the 27th of Dec, 29th of Dec and the 1st of Jan. They
* workstation / desktop related articles
* terminal / command line articles
* articles for sys-admins