I would like to submit my pitch for an article in the Fedora Magazine called Audacious for Audio Files. You can view the outline at https://fedoramagazine.org/?p=19137&preview=true.
I welcome any ideas or feedback you may have to help improve the readability of the article.
Brent Baude and I have been doing work to get Fedora images working on azure out of the box.
We'd like to do a blog post on this on Fedora magazine around release time.
Here is a draft of the post here: https://gist.github.com/baude/cc8fccc51eacfc0964cd14afc202df5c
Can we get this into fedmag and scheduled for "around release time' for f27.
My name is Roní Gonçalves. I am an electrical engineer specialized in digital circuit design. Although I would like to (be paid to) design digital circuits, I actually work at a telco as an operations guy (or some sort of sysadmin). I use Fedora in my personal computer as well as in my work computer. When it is about servers, I usually deal with CentOS.
As I do not work with what I would like yet, it does not mean I cannot talk about it or rather write about it :-P That is why I would like to become an author for Fedora Magazine.
I would like to write mainly about how to simulate digital systems coded in Verilog using Icarus and Verilator; how to install and use SystemC in Fedora; how to install, set up, and use MyHDL (python-based), Chisel and SpinalHDL (scala-based) in Fedora.
I could write a little bit about other softwares we have thanks to the Electronic Lab (former?) spin. I could as well write about simulating electronic circuits using gEDA and quics or even about designing circuits using kiCAD in Fedora.
Much more rarely I could write about how to do some sysadmin tasks in Fedora like using ClusterSSH (and its alternatives) or how to deal with lots of xml files when cats and greps are not enough, etc... These are just some ideas I have for pitches that I still have to write properly if I am accepted as an author of Fedora Magazine :-)
Hello fellow Fedorians, my name is Shaun Assam and I'd like to join the
Fedora Magazine team. I live in Toronto, Canada and would like to
contribute my experience in technical writing to the Fedora community.
I've been a Technical Support Specialist for over 15 years and have
learned to understand the perception and expectations of the average
end-user. My Mac and Linux documentation for a small telecommunications
company were concise and easy to read for customers experiencing
technical issues with email and web connectivity. I was lucky to work
on such a project where I could teach and empower users to understand
how to utilize the free tools literally available at their fingertips.
I enjoy researching and analyzing the quality of digital audio to
enhance the sound of music, and would like to start by writing a series
of articles showing users how to configure their Fedora workstations
for that crisp sound audiophiles crave. Readers will not only learn how
to transform their computers into digital jukeboxes, but will also
discover the open-source tools and applications available in Fedora. My
end goal is to inspire the community to present healthy feedback.
I thank you for your consideration and look forward to working closely
with a community dedicated in making Fedora the best Linux
While hacking on the fedora-packages app, I started to use ansible-container to run the application in a production like setup (served by apache webserver). I was thinking that this could make a nice article. The goal of the article would be to describe how to use ansible-container to serve a flask application using apache webserver.
What do you think of this idea ?
my name is Raphael Groner. I'm an active packager in the Fedora project.
You can read more information about me in our wiki .
Now my plans evolve to also contribute to the Fedora Magazine, starting
with an article about the project NitroShare  and maybe later also
about LXQt desktop. For both project, I'm already packager.
It would be nice if I can get approved to write articles.