asgeirf at redhat.com
Fri Apr 4 05:49:27 UTC 2008
On Friday 04 April 2008 01:03:08 pm Paul W. Frields wrote:
> After the dust settles from the Fedora 9 release, around the week of
> 5th-9th May, we should try and set up a Docs toolchain group to assess
> what work needs to be done with our toolchain:
> 1. Fix lingering problems
> 2. Make enhancements for usability
> 3. Integrate publican
> 4. Other?
4. Make sure any changes integrate well with L10N Toolchain
> Can we set up a weekly meeting on IRC Freenode (#fedora-docs) on a
> weeknight (Sunday-Thursday) so that we can involve the Red Hat Docs
> people in Brisbane? I've been doing a weekly phone call with that
> group, but this would be a good way to move that conversation into
> community space where it rightly belongs. Relaying messages is really
> inefficient, and this gives the Docs team at Red Hat a good introduction
> to our toolchain, and lets them participate in integrating publican.
> This would be equivalent to the way the rest of Red Hat's engineers and
> developers work with the community and would lead to renewed bonds and
> I'll obviously participate since I have pretty good knowledge of our
> tools, but that knowledge needs to leave my head and get into a lot of
> others. Mainly that's because I'm no longer able to spend the time on
> this work that it deserves.
> Who's up for helping? I promise if I can learn this stuff, you can too.
> It would be great to see some other contributors besides the people
> already carrying substantial load. If you can run shell commands, you
> can understand our tool set.
I'll be there representing the L10N side of things, provided the meeting is at
a reasonable time of day :)
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