The original article beforeediting didn't have any direct hints
specific utilities, commands to run, etc. So I tried to keep the same
sense around the article that Sylvia, the original author, intended.
In some cases, there were two separate and distinct tips combined into
one, so I separated them for clarity. I also tried to order them in
terms of "depth" for where they took the user.
I did look at the revisions Corey saved. Those revisions were light
and didn't alter that general feel. I didn't see anything in those
revisions that mentioned specific tools or commands. Perhaps there's
an unsaved copy that didn't make it into the Wordpress instance?
I would agree with Eduard and Link the article is fairly general. I
tried to clarify what was there, put it in an order that would make as
much sense to the reader as possible, make it concise for the typical
modern reader (as well as international/ESL audiences), and keep the
sense of the original author's work.
On Sat, Feb 4, 2017 at 4:26 PM, Eduard Lucena <eduardlucena(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi team,
> Maybe I'm out of scope here, but I need to agreed with Link: How is this
> related with Fedora or any open source or free software? An article about
> scurity tips isn't good just because it has the word cryptography on it.
> The tips given are just superficial, it doesn't have anything specific
> about a browser or any software, how something differs from one to another,
> when something is mentioned, it doesn't say how to do it. I think the
> article need more work, no just editing, but more content.
> 2017-02-04 2:16 GMT-03:00 Link Dupont <link(a)sub-pop.net>:
>> On Sat, 2017-02-04 at 03:06 +0000, Corey W Sheldon wrote:
>>> it ACTUALLY mentioned how and what tools to use to do these things?
>> I agree with Corey here. The better articles we publish are the ones
>> that instruct *how* to do something (think of the GnuPG series). The
>> GnuPG articles were salient enough that they could be used as a guide
>> on setting up a GPG key and securing your email with it.
>> This article doesn't offer any lasting value to the reader. How does
>> this relate to Fedora? Maybe a better spin on this would be "Making
>> Fedora more secure"? Or "Securing Fedora for use in a public
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This article was dead in the water for 5 months and was originally meant
as a series, yet I try to revive it and it's an idea that is washed,
claiming no scope for a series and no author, yet I've volunteered to
take it up. And as to scope the initial was the ideas, article 2 would
be a deeper dive into how to do those things and article 3 a exercise
for the reader on additional suggested tactics/readings. BUT.. seeing as
this was totally glossed over and the emphasis has clearly gone to
shorter SEO blessed articles over actual meaningful content, I am done
bothering. Those wishing to see such are welcome to visit my blog.
Corey W Sheldon
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something to aim at. --Bruce Lee
Absorb what is useful, discard what is not, add what is uniquely your
own. --Bruce Lee
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