Michal told me he still wants to finish this. (Let me know if that's not
AFAIK, according to the editors should be covered in two articles: a
short announcement for those who already know pipenv, and a longer one
describing what to do with it.
On 06/15/18 07:40, Honza Horak wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> Michal's mail is now redirected to me, because he's just left Red Hat,
> but I'm CCing his colleague Petr, who should be able to help, and
> Michal's private address, for the case he's still willing to finish this.
> On 06/15/2018 01:28 AM, Paul W. Frields wrote:
>> Hi Michal,
>> The editors want to publish your pipenv article, but we'd like there
>> to be a little more description of what to do in pipenv. Also, the
>> screenshot in the article is illegible and it would help to instead
>> have this as HTML inside <pre> tags.
>> Would you be able to add some more content that discusses some of the
>> most common ways people would make use of pipenv to help with
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I set an email address in my Fedora account to this personal address, but the redirection
of mcyprian(a)fedoraproject.org doesn't seem to work correctly, sorry for that.
I will finish the article. I work on it, but it is not ready for the review yet. My pitch
was proposed in this thread on the mailing list  and I got an advice to divide it into
two articles as Peter pointed out.
The first one should be about the installation to make it easy for people using search
engine to find it. I planned to write about Pipenv's benefits in more details in a
separate article. I don't mind merging it into one if this is a preferred option.
The screenshot there serves primarily to attract attentions of readers (can be replaced by
different picture). Install command in <pre> tags is in installing Pipenv on Fedora
section of the article.