On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 09:06:42AM +0100, Adam Samalik wrote:
I'm preparing a series of articles about the Fedora Modularity project 
- where we separate the lifecycle of software from the core distribution -
and I would love them to be published on the Fedora Magazine.
The series will cover topics from an introduction to the project trough
basic concepts such as modules to the modular server preview called Boltron
 we are planning to release with Fedora 26.
I will be targeting a wider audience in the Fedora community than just
developers - I will be explaining the main concepts, and instead of
including many technical details in the article, I will be pointing to our
documentation or more technical posts for more details. I will also be
looking at the project from the perspective of both developers and
end-users - so everyone should be able to find relevant content.
Do you think that the Fedora Magazine would be a good place for this?
I think the Magazine is a good place for the specific articles
targeted at end users (some of whom may be developers). We tend to
direct articles aimed at the Fedora community to the Community Blog.
So for example:
* article about early preview for Fedora packagers to understand
concepts --> Community Blog
* article about a Fedora 26 or 27 feature that end users are expected
to run into --> Magazine
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