|Subject:||Re: [libreplanet-discuss] RFC: GNU Developer Network on libreplanet.org|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Jul 2013 19:52:21 -0700|
The content of developer network would have some pages something similar to what appears on the Fedora, Ubuntu and ArchLinux wikis to some extent?I would recommend a wholesale import of any relevant pages from those wikis or linking out to them because I'm sure there are things related to GNU projects there. For example, the page on working with BugZilla would seem to fit: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Bugs_and_feature_requests and so would some of the links on this page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BeginnersTeam/FocusGroups/DevelopmentThe benefits of a developer network wiki have to be outlined clearly. With github for example, the benefits are very clear: it's easy to put your code there and to contribute to other people's code *and* to their documentation. With the Mozilla Dev Network the benefits are also clear; more docs on common web stuff leads to quicker/easier development with all the gotchas and hacks and workarounds documented.There are other projects like OpenHatch that have tried to encourage involvement in the development of free/open source software and they haven't gotten much uptake. They just didn't provide enough useful resources though some of their tutorials were great: https://openhatch.org/missions/-Rudolf O.On 5 July 2013 02:49, Brandon Invergo <address@hidden> wrote:Hi Rudolf,
Interesting point on revitalizing the standards. If you have any
Rudolf <address@hidden> writes:
> This definitely sounds doable and might revitalize the GNU standards.
specific comments on that, such as sections that need revising or new
information to add, I would recommend bringing them up directly with the
Advisory board (address@hidden) so they can be discussed. Of
course, discussion on the GDN could lead to a community recommendation.
Yes, this will be critical and, I'm afraid, difficult. I'll be going to
> The key thing is convincing other GNU developers to contribute if
> possible. It would be nice to see more developers referring to the
> coding standards of the gnu project and striving to become part of the
the GNU Hacker's Meeting  in Paris in August. If we have something
up and running by then, I'll make a strong push to get people to
contribute. There's a GNU Assembly on the last day, which would be a
good time to mention it. However, it would also be a good opportunity
to introduce non-GNU-hackers to it since the general public is invited
to the rest of the meeting.
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