Ovirt is an open-source alternative to the VMWare server cluster
management stack. In recent releases, it supports cloud-init natively,
making Fedora Cloud Base Image (or Fedora Atomic Host) ideal guest
images to run. Would someone like to adapt this blog post
into something Fedora-focused for Fedora Magazine?
Fedora Project Leader
I've written a new pitch: "Nautilus: how to integrate a shell script": <https://wp.me/p3XX0v-4iU>
I don't like this title, maybe someone have a better idea.
In addition: do you think this article could be of interest?
As usual, sorry for my bad English.
I'm Ankit R Gadiya. I'm 17, I'm a linux and open-source enthusiast. I'd like to contribute to Fedora Project whenever I can. And I'd like to start it by writing articles for Fedora Magazine. So, I'd love to become the author of Fedora Magazine.
As a matter of Fact I've already wrote my first article and Pitched. TBH I'm not very familiar with the process though as this is the first time I'm going to write articles collaboratively. I do write my blog though (https://blog.ankitrgadiya.in)
As a matter of fact I already wrote my first article.
Brief: Its about getting hands on i3-wm on Fedora machine. It also include few must have configurations to make day-to-day tasks easier.
Just added post in pitch status in Magazine. Following are details about
*Summary*: To increase awareness about the usefulness and features of Ibus
*Description*: Purpose of this article is to create awareness among users
of Fedora regarding ibus typing booster project. Ibus typing booster is a
predictive text input method for almost all supported languages in Fedora.
By using ibus typing booster for input, user can not only improve speed but
also accuracy of input.
The flow of the article would be as follows:
- What is Ibus typing booster proejct?
- How to install it?
- Its important features (Predictions, Multilingual, Emoji)
- Request for feedback from users.
Hello dear folks of the Fedora magazine,
My name is Charlie Wood, a technical writer at Red Hat and I went to a
conference in Minsk on a Fedora related mission.
I would like to request to be an author.
My pitch/article is to highlight why Fedora should and can target
non-traditional audiences such as front-end developers.
Here is a draft on the wordpress:
I think it could certainly do with a picture or two. If anyone has some
Thanks in advance, this is my first time so I hope I am following the right
steps from the website and please tell me what my next steps should be :)
My plan on receiving access is to finalize the draft and put it for review.
I'm preparing a series of articles about the Fedora Modularity project 
- where we separate the lifecycle of software from the core distribution -
and I would love them to be published on the Fedora Magazine.
The series will cover topics from an introduction to the project trough
basic concepts such as modules to the modular server preview called Boltron
 we are planning to release with Fedora 26.
I will be targeting a wider audience in the Fedora community than just
developers - I will be explaining the main concepts, and instead of
including many technical details in the article, I will be pointing to our
documentation or more technical posts for more details. I will also be
looking at the project from the perspective of both developers and
end-users - so everyone should be able to find relevant content.
Do you think that the Fedora Magazine would be a good place for this?
Well, almost every page, blog and or magazine, have an article about text
editors, and even when is probable that I will repeat some of their work, I
want to focus this not just in highligth the features, but really compare
them in terms of performance, memory usage. One comment I like to hear
about it is: Where is the line that divide text editors from IDEs?
I will split the article in 2 main sections:
- CLI text editors
- Jed Editor
- The nice editor (ne)
- GUI text editors
- Sublime Text
- The Code Editor
- Leaf Pad
- Lime Text
If I'm missing one, please add it (if you add a link, better).
I hope you like the idea, and understand that this will require some time
to be finished.
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