[lug] Advice Wanted: How to Locate OS projects in need of documentation help
mohadib at openactive.org
Mon Mar 2 17:07:02 MST 2009
Why write docs for a distro. Write docs for software pkgs. Then all distros
can use them.
On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 4:38 PM, Aaron Nichols <anichols at trumped.org> wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> You could hit a wider distribution on any of the primary OS mailing
> lists. For example, FreeBSD has a general users at freebsd.org type
> mailing list for general discussion, Fedora, Ubuntu, etc I'm sure all
> have something similar. Most of the project owners would likely be
> lurking on those lists in addition to any more specific lists - and if
> not there are likely moderators or project participants who are
> watching those more general lists.
> List of FreeBSD lists (I mention them because they can *always* use help):
> Ubuntu Documentation Team:
> Fedora Documentation Team (Content Writer):
> Hope that helps.
> On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 3:10 PM, Brian Clark <BClarkInCO at juno.com> wrote:
> > I'm interested in doing some tech writing in order to start a small
> > portfolio I can use in seeking other writing work. Can anyone suggest a
> > to locate OS projects in need of such help, other than approaching
> > sites individually and at random and inquiring?
> > Thanks in advance
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