Fedora specific Zikula module source
poelstra at redhat.com
Fri Jul 17 02:01:58 UTC 2009
Karsten Wade said the following on 07/16/2009 04:38 PM Pacific Time:
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 10:07:24PM -0400, David Nalley wrote:
>> Simon passed me (and I just put up) the fedora specific Zikula modules:
>> To get the source:
>> git clone git://git.fedorahosted.org/git/fedora-zikula.git
>> Included here is:
> F! T! W!
> Not to be too cheery in the middle of the field of play, but I'd like
> to pause to acknowledge the innovation happening in the middle of the
> Docs Team.
> We are right now creating a way that other teams can use to interact
> with each other to accomplish web interface objectives. Other Fedora
> sub-projects can use the new logistics list for cross-team
> collaboration, and follow this model for seeking an appropriate
> technical solution. Who would have thought of the idea, "Let's give
> the technical solution to whichever free software project team wants
> to come make their solution happen within Fedora's infrastructure"?
> Thanks, Toshio!
> As many of us have experienced, if this were an engineering
> documentation team inside of a company trying to get IT, web design,
> and project management to move this quickly on a new front-facing CMS
> solution ... well, it would either be a start-up and not have the same
> enterprise quality legs that we have in the Fedora Project, or it
> wouldn't happen this quickly and gracefully.
> Great, great work ...
> - Karsten
>  https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/logistics
Speaking of which... is anyone interested in helping me write the text
that goes into mailman and explains what the logistics list is for? And
then helping me figure out where to add it to mailman?
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