[CentOS-docs] New User Wishes to Contribute

Ralph Angenendt

ralph.angenendt at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 13:22:29 UTC 2009

On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 7:05 PM, Ed Heron <Ed at heron-ent.com> wrote:
>  From my point of view, the process wasn't onerous in itself.  The only
> issues I had/have are the sparse guidelines of acceptable content and the
> voracity of the reaction, by some, to what they viewed as unacceptable
> content.  It appears there are multiple standards for content.

This is true. While I'm for rather more content (as long as quality
doesn't go down) others have a different view of that. And I think we
have to find some common ground here.

>  For aspiring content producers that suggest modification to existing
> content, those changes should go through the page's creator or maintainer or
> someone else in the edit group.  If they describe the changes on this list,
> it should be a simple matter for someone else to implement or possibly give
> them access to that page.  Once those people have sufficient history, I
> assume adding them to the edit group so they can make changes directly would
> follow.

This is roughly how it is working at the moment, if I didn't misunderstand you.



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