On 24 January 2018 at 14:50, Rich Bowen <rbowen at redhat.com> wrote: > Long, long ago, there was a CentOS Newsletter: > https://wiki.centos.org/Newsletter/ > > There's some useful documentation about how to contribute to it: > https://wiki.centos.org/Newsletter/Contributing > > And then, after running for a year, it looks like it just stopped. > > I presume that whoever was heading it up moved on to other things, and > nobody filled in the spot. > > I'd like to revive it over the coming months, and I wondered: > > * if anyone had some insight as to why it died > * if anyone here is interested in helping with this effort > > A newsletter can be a great way to tell the less-engaged audience what's > going on without their having to read every mailing list. It's a great way > to get our message out to the larger Linux audience. And it's a great way to > encourage people working on the SIGs to brag about what they've accomplished > > Let me know if you want to play along. I have no particular timeline on > this, and it's one of many items on my list, but if there's a few people > that want to work on it, perhaps we can get an inaugural issue out after > FOSDEM? > > --Rich > > -- > Rich Bowen - rbowen at redhat.com > @RDOcommunity // @CentOSProject // @rbowen > _______________________________________________ > CentOS-promo mailing list > CentOS-promo at centos.org > https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos-promo I was involved in performing "proof-reading" before the release of each edition. It took quite a bit of my time . . . I would prefer not to take on that task, once again, but would be willing to assist, as and when. Alan.