We had total 5 changes from Internationalization group for Fedora 22
with couple of new locale and 3 new packages.
I would like to write post about Internationalization improvements in
Fedora 22. Please let me know if this idea sounds good.
I just took the initial steps towards submitting to Fedora Magazine. I
am now requesting access to post drafts. If you want to look at some of
my work, visit JasonBinkley.com <http://www.jasonbinkley.com>, and if
you need anything else shoot me an email. I look forward to hearing
from you all.
/Freelance Writer and Cartoonist
We are constantly promoting activities related to Fedora, where I saw the
need to be sharing these moments with the whole community.
That's where I saw I could list them in the Fedora Magazine;
Request username and password to access there, or instructions on how to
route these activities globally.
Esteban Ruiz Diaz
Senior Telecommunications Analyst SS7/VoIP
Fedora Ambassador for Paraguay
L10n Project - Trans_ES / Trans_GN
Fas Account: stbnruiz001
Wiki Page: fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Stbnruiz001
*Esteban A. Ruiz Diaz*
ownCloud Insider / VOIPSA Threat Taxonomy / Fedora L10N Project / Ambassador
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We recently just published 12 posts all at once with interviews of all
the candidates for the upcoming eletion.
I fear that dumping 12 articles all at once might not be such a good
idea -- start.fedoraproject.org (our biggest referrer) only lists the
last 5 posts, so people may not even see the other posts.
Maybe a better approach in the future would be to either put them all in
a single post, or host them on the wiki, and have a post explaining the
election with the links to the interviews.
Also, do we have images of the candidates that we cna use as cover
images? Having the same two images repeated on the Magazine front page
is a little jarring.
I have written my first article draft on Fedora Magazine, following the
guidelines give here :http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Magazine/Howtopost
and with help from Paul W. Frields.
However, while editing my article using either Visual or Text Wordpress
editor, I am not getting the "Add Media", "Insert Slideshow" or "Add
Contact Form" buttons. I tried clearing the cache, disable plugins,
changing my system and browser language to en_US etc etc. I am running
Fedora 22 Workstation x86_64 updated till today and Firefox 38.0.5 browser.
Any ideas why this is happening? Paul confirmed he can see the buttons
in Firefox on his PC so this could be something related to my PC or my
I would like to join the Fedora Magazine project.
My name is Aleksandar Todorović. I'm a 20 year old IT Engineering
student from Bosnia & Herzegovina. I'm /very/ passionate about open
source software, cyber security and artificial intelligence. I keep a
blog <https://r3bl.github.com> (with over 80 posts so far), and I'm
active on Twitter (@r3bl_ <https://twitter.com/r3bl_>).
Now that I quickly introduced myself, I feel like I should point out
that I am already contributing to one Red Hat-sponsored project. I'm a
Community Moderator for Opensource.com <http://opensource.com> (you can
find me on the Meet the team <http://opensource.com/opensourcecom-team>
page). I joined the program about a month ago and I love it so far. I
wanted to contribute to more Red Hat-sponsored projects, and I figured
out that there's no better place to start then here since I already have
some experience with writing.
I hope that you are willing to accept my request to join the team.
In the interest of building up the community of people who want to
help manage the editing and publication of stories, here are a list of
currently empowered accounts:
chrisroberts, cydrobolt, duffy, jreznik, jzb, mattdm, Mitzie,
pfrields, randomuser, robyduck, rsuehle, ryanlerch, sgallagh
dustymabe, kushal, roshi
I'm not listing the other roles such as contributors and authors here,
but there are a lot of them, which is good and as expected.
Thanks to the inclusion of the Edit Flow plugin, we can coordinate
work on a schedule, and with multiple contributors at the
editorial/publishing level. There's even a calendar on the back end
so we can place stories on a timeline and know what our output will
look like over time.
I was hoping that a few of the folks above would be interested in
meeting up on IRC to start getting that cycle into motion regularly.
I could envision doing that, say, for 15-30 minutes once a week to
check that stories are on track to publish for their given date.
This would be separate and distinct from the idea pitching, which can
happen on IRC or on this list. For that matter they can go straight
into the list of posts with "Pitch" status on the Magazine itself.
If you guys like this idea, I could respond with some ideas for how we
can drive things straight from the Magazine's built in calendar. This
would let us all collaborate and have accountability for getting the
stories out (no more moldy queues).
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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http://redhat.com/ - - - - http://pfrields.fedorapeople.org/
The open source story continues to grow: http://opensource.com
I just realised we have a planetfedora twitter account. Do we have
credentials for this? The description needs to be updated a bit - still
refers to identi.ca :)
I think it isn't posting tweets on planet fedora posts any more, just
announcements from the announce list - any idea who I should speak to
Another thing - The logo in use for the account looks slightly
pixilated on my system too. We should probably use a better image?
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"