[CentOS] Newsletter feedback

Andrew Hull list at racc2000.com
Mon Oct 26 15:49:11 UTC 2009


Geerd-Dietger Hoffmann wrote:
> Hey
> 
> We have now published the sixth version of the Newsletter and I think
> it is time to ask YOU ( the reader ) what we can improve. The current
> trend is away from really technical details more to a light read and
> entertaining stuff. Is this a good way to go. Or should we focus more
> on the technical side again*. Or is the balance right?
> 
> What do you want to read about? What sections do you want? Or just
> comment. I am happy about any constructive criticism.
> 
> I hope you are enjoying the Newsletter.
> 
> Cheers Didi
> 
> 
> *Of course the we will not become a only fun Newsletter.
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I would like to echo the thoughts of Keith and Mathieu. I am a long time 
CentOS user and lurker in the list. To me, the newsletter feels like a 
top-view of CentOS and the community, and I like it.

A few ideas to ponder:
- I could see the newsletter being a great platform for the lead 
maintainers to keep us informed
- Mathieu's idea of soliciting a publishing success stories, real-life 
deployment stories, and the like would be very interesting to me

Bottom line: You are doing a great job, and I like The Pulse's direction.

Andy Hull



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