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I got done with my rehearsal earlier than planned. Since I see a
number of substantial language issues in this article still, I'm going
to do some additional editing on it before it goes out tomorrow.
My name is Charalampos Stratakis and I work for the Python Maintenance Team in Red Hat. I am also one of the maintainers of the python2 and python3 packages in Fedora.
I plan to write an article for Python 3.6 that is currently deployed in Fedora 26.
Here is a (very) very early draft of the article . Haven't dealt much with wordpress before, so it might take me some time to understand the required things, however I was wondering
what do you think about the basic content. The article is mainly aimed for developers.
Associate Software Engineer
Python Maintenance Team, Red Hat
Newbie here. So please be patient :-)
In the magazine site, once logged in, there is a list of subjects in the
starter pitches page. Let me know if I have understood: are these
suggestions on future articles? Like a list of "desiderata"?
Then, if someone is interested in writing an article on one of such
subjects, what are the next steps?
On Fri, 2017-02-17 at 20:01 +0100, Alessio Ciregia wrote:
> On Feb 17, 2017 19:01, "Link Dupont" <link(a)sub-pop.net> wrote:
> Sounds like a neat idea. Do you have an outline of what the article
> might cover?
> Summary: How to improve Gnome notification system experience
> Description: after having briefly praised the Gnome desktop main
> features, the purpose of this article would be to describe some ideas
> that allows the user to enanche the the usefulness of the Gnome
> notifications, by means of some extensions and other tools. The flow
> of the article would be as follows:
> - briefly describe the reasons why I like Gnome
> - talk about "Notifications Alert extension"
> - how to integrate Thunderbird and Skype into Gnome notifications
> - how to receive Android smartphone notifications into Gnome using a
> small app and an utility available in the default Fedora repository
> - generate Gnome notifications from bash scripts
> Intended audit: any user. The article would be very descriptive,
> giving some hints and ideas, without deeping into step by step
> installation processes or bash codes.
Sending this back to the list so the group can see it. Looks like a
cool plan to me!
I think Fedora Magazine has done an amazing job both attractings readers
and writers. As part of the push to reach more technical audiences
around things like Fedora Loves Python, it would be interesting see if
we have any ideas how we could take our articles to the next level too.
I think we could theoretically begin to have articles at different
levels of complexity for all types of content. For example, the
comments on reddit about our recent article show on powertop show there
is a desire for some readers to see greater technical detail. How can
we attract writers who will want to produce that kind of content too?
This way our articles can help our readers grow.