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I have invited you to our Taiga board  where we track our work. You
should have received an email a few minutes ago where you can accept the
invitation. That allows you to assign cards on the board to yourself and to
indicate progress  by moving them in the respective columns.
To actually write something, just log in to our Wordpress  using your
FAS account , create a new article by clicking New / Post at the top,
and just start writing. When you're done, add the preview link (there is a
Preview button in the editor in Wordpress that gives you that) into the
card, and move it to Review.
As for the article you're interested in, I have created a card  that you
Let me know if you have any questions!
On Sun, Oct 13, 2019 at 2:22 AM jacob burns <jake.w.burns(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm a CS student with a background in linguistics, moonlighting as a
copywriter. I've written blog articles, ebooks and marketing copy on a
pretty broad range of topics, and would love to contribute to Fedora
Magazine. I've taken a look at some of the issues on the issue tracker, as
well as the Taiga site, and there are a number of article topics which look
like good first contributions.
In particular, I'd really like to write an article on alternatives for
some ubiquitous *NIX programs - cat, grep, top, find etc. I'd also be keen
to work on https://pagure.io/fedora-magazine-proposals/issue/7
someone could point me in the right direction with regards to getting
started contributing, I'd be much obliged.
Looking forward to writing for you guys!
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