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... of Fedora-specific content on the wiki and as [http://docs.fedoraproject.org formal, translated guides].
 
... of Fedora-specific content on the wiki and as [http://docs.fedoraproject.org formal, translated guides].
 
  
 
== Wiki gardening ==
 
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=== Installation Guide ===
 
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This guide takes a reader through the flow of installation.  It is mainly textual instructions and no screenshots.  This makes it more useful, easier to translate, and more encompassing of the topic.  The guide is maintained in [[DocBook]] XML, but guide testing and fact checking can be done without editing the XML.
  
 
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=== User Guide ===
 
=== User Guide ===
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The [[User_Guide]] focuses on common features and tasks such as email, web browsing, office productivity, managing software, using cameras, and other desktop applications.  The content includes coverage of the three Fedora desktop environments:  GNOME, KDE, and XFCE.  In addition, the command line may be covered.  Most of the tasks do not require the root password.
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Work is currently underway to complete and publish a Fedora 9 User Guide.  Then the content is reused, updated, and expanded for the Fedora 10 User Guide.
  
 
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Fedora release notes are the best release notes of any Linux distribution.  This is accomplished by gathering the work of many contributors via the wiki, then converting that work to DocBook XML for translation and building in to HTML, PDF, text, and the <code>fedora-release-notes</code> package.
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Work is underway on the Fedora 10 release notes for the Preview Release.
  
 
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=== README -- from fedora-release package ===
 
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This small but important document appears in the <code>fedora-release</code>
  
 
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Revision as of 01:30, 26 September 2008


These are content tasks ...

  • Research
  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Testing
  • Publishing

... of Fedora-specific content on the wiki and as formal, translated guides.

Wiki gardening

Having a great wiki is like having a great garden. It needs regular care and maintenance, and occasional big pruning jobs.

Wiki_gardening_tasks is a master task list arranged by difficulty. Some highlights from there are:

Fact check a document

Installation Guide

This guide takes a reader through the flow of installation. It is mainly textual instructions and no screenshots. This makes it more useful, easier to translate, and more encompassing of the topic. The guide is maintained in DocBook XML, but guide testing and fact checking can be done without editing the XML.

Team: User:????

Task tracking: https://fedorahosted.org/install-guide

User Guide

The User_Guide focuses on common features and tasks such as email, web browsing, office productivity, managing software, using cameras, and other desktop applications. The content includes coverage of the three Fedora desktop environments: GNOME, KDE, and XFCE. In addition, the command line may be covered. Most of the tasks do not require the root password.

Work is currently underway to complete and publish a Fedora 9 User Guide. Then the content is reused, updated, and expanded for the Fedora 10 User Guide.

Team: User:????

Task tracking:User Guide tasks

Release Notes

Fedora release notes are the best release notes of any Linux distribution. This is accomplished by gathering the work of many contributors via the wiki, then converting that work to DocBook XML for translation and building in to HTML, PDF, text, and the fedora-release-notes package.

Work is underway on the Fedora 10 release notes for the Preview Release.

Team: User:????

Task tracking: https://fedorahosted.org/release-notes

README -- from fedora-release package

This small but important document appears in the fedora-release

Team: User:????

Task tracking: https://fedorahosted.org/readme

Readme-burning-isos -- ISO burning how-to

Team: User:????

Task tracking: https://fedorahosted.org/readme-burning-isos

Readme-live-image -- README for live image

Team: User:????

Task tracking: https://fedorahosted.org/readme-live-image

homepage -- offline default page in browser

Team: User:????

Task tracking: https://fedorahosted.org/homepage

Document may be deprecated, research needed - quaid 23:45, 23 September 2008 (UTC)

Installation Guide testing

Team: User:????

Task tracking:Installation Guide tasks#Installation testing

How to file a bug report

A bugzilla guide for Fedora. Good task to learn from for a new user.

How to file a bug report

Writer"" User:????