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Re: Project Start: New Updated Deployment Guide for the Upcoming Fedora 12!

2009/7/27 Douglas Silas Hensley <dhensley redhat com>
Greetings Fedora users and system administrators,

I meant to announce this last week on fedora-docs-list, but the CC slipped my mind. Here's copy of the announcement I sent to deployment-guide-list redhat com. See the Deployment Guide wiki:


...for details on joining this list. All are welcome.

I'm proud to announce that I'll be heading a new project to update a new guide, the Fedora Deployment Guide, for the upcoming Fedora 12 release! The Fedora Deployment Guide covers system administration tasks such as package maintenance, user administration, printing, and setting up networks, printers, and services such as Apache, LDAP, OpenSSH, Samba, etc.

You can see what's in it and the most current state of the upcoming Fedora 12 Deployment Guide here:


The target for completion of this project is before Nov. 1, ahead of the GA target date for Fedora 12, which is currently Nov. 3.

The project page for the Deployment Guide, which also tells you where to obtain the source files (which are in DocBook XML), is here:


We will definitely be accepting contributors; please contact me if you are able to help out. There is a Deployment Guide mailing list. To gain access to it, please send an email to the project maintainers (of whom I am one) with a brief introduction:


The Fedora Deployment Guide is written in DocBook XML and is published using the open source Publican build tool:


More details will follow next week (such as additions to the TOC).

I hope to hear suggestions and opinions from you!

Douglas Silas
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