Restoring our group mailing list to the discussion. I think the overall
editor concern is the article doesn't appear to have any Fedora angle, and
mainly serves to advertise a tutorial on your site. That's not the sort of
content we tend to look for.
Is there a different article you could have in mind that would be more
relevant to Fedora, such as exploring the blockchain toolkit available in
On Thu, Jul 18, 2019, 8:27 AM Matthew Zand <dcwebmakers(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Good Morning Paul,
I understand your concerns and I try to address them here. First of all, I
am senior developer and tech writer. I have written tutorials for IBM, SAP,
, Linux Foundation, and more.
1- I look at your steps and try to follow them
2- Regarding links in the article. I am going to remove few of them.
However, some of them are necessary for the readers to follow and
understand the tutorial. Indeed, blockchain concepts are complex, so it
requires a series of recipes to convey the concepts. If I remove all links,
readers will get lost.
Allow me 24-48 hours to polish it.
On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 7:48 PM Paul Frields <pfrields(a)fedoraproject.org>
> We received an article in the Magazine which looks like it hasn't
> followed the usual steps for contribution:
> We also noticed the content seems to mostly consist of offsite links
> to your site. This is not the kind of content we usually promote. If
> you're interested to write for us, please get in touch and we'll be
> happy to help you get started. The article will be placed in our
> holding pen for the time being while we look forward to hearing from
> Paul Frields
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