On 11/12/09 14:33, sankarshan wrote:
Although principally not a bad idea to have a handbook, it is easier to maintain/set up a guide on the wiki, than by writing an actual handbook. So, I would suggest keeping it on the wiki itself.On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 6:28 PM, Leonardo Menezes Vaz <leonardo vaz gmail com> wrote:I am kinda new here and yesterday I was asking Rodrigo Padula for some document/url explaining how the project works, specific areas, people involved, contacts etc so that I could have an idea how things works and where I could be useful. He told all areas are well documented at the wike, but he said he couldn't point a single location (or a toc) for all this information. Since I am new here and I want to understand how things work I propose we could organize a simple guide for new ambassadors - if it's not available yet. ;)Interesting question. Even though there is no "New Ambassador Orientation Handbook", the wiki does a good job of providing start-off points at<https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Project_Wiki>. On the other hand, there is this small personal project of mine which is lying dormat - details at <https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Sankarshan/FedoraHandbook> which is perhaps along the lines of what you ask. It needs more work and help.
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