These tables are to track who has volunteered to proof read a section of a guide and to record the findings.
Background: Due to the high number of changes in F18 it has not been possible to make all the necessary changes. As F19 is drawing near we wanted to publish the F18 guide as-is, even in draft status, rather than just skip it. We need help to decide what can be ignored as trivial, what should be changed, what must be changed etc. For example some icons and buttons have moved in NetworkManager but its not difficult to understand how to use the new GUI.
Summary: Proof read one or more sections and make some comments as to the imperfections you find, that is to say, the difference between the current guide and Fedora 18 itself. Let us know on a scale of 1 to 5 how significant the difference is. Where 1 is completely wrong or out-of-date, e.g. ntpd was replaced by Chrony; 2 is a significant difference (text and screen shots are very different to what you expect), 5 is a minor difference we can ignore and save the time for F19; and 3 to 4 are for various stages of "nice to update if possible". Make a note here and at your discretion file a bug.
Fedora System Administrator's Guide
|Reviewer Name||Section or Chapter||WIP or Finished||Rating, 1 - 5||Notes: What you found.|
|Randomuser||ntpd chapter||Finished||1||Needs to be changed to Chrony. See BZ#977045|
|T3rm1n4l||8.2.1||FIN||3||script in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ is no longer called ifcfg-eth0 in Fedora 19|
|T3rm1n4l||8.2.1||WIP||3||options in ifcfg-enx (ethernet) for ipv6 have changed|
|T3rm1n4l||11.1.1||WIP||3||Instructions not desktop independent, not current for present Gnome version, 3 tabs in authentication dialog|
|T3rm1n4l||11.2.2||WIP||3||Section talks about using services command which is obsolete, should be changed to use systemctl to start sssd|
|T3rm1n4l||18.104.22.168.3||WIP||3||Instruction 4 advises to restart sssd service with service command which is obsolete, should use systemctl|
|T3rm1n4l||22.214.171.124||WIP||3||Instruction 5 advises to restart sssd service with service command which is obsolete, should use systemctl|
|T3rm1n4l||126.96.36.199.3||WIP||3||Instruction 12 advises to restart sssd service with service command which is obsolete, should use systemctl|
|T3rm1n4l||188.8.131.52||WIP||3||In section 'NSS fails to return user information' it says to use the service command to check the status of the sssd service which is obsoleted by systemctl|