Re: Help with Article Wishlists
- From: Sriram Ramkrishna <sri ramkrishna me>
- To: Claus Schwarm <clschwarm googlemail com>
- Cc: "gnome-journal-list gnome org" <gnome-journal-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Help with Article Wishlists
- Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 22:19:17 -0700
We mentioned inthe meeting that you were missed. :-)
On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 8:42 AM, Claus Schwarm <clschwarm googlemail com> wrote:
> When I created the ArticleWishlist page, the categories were meant to serve
> as general points that often create valuable news. Stuff to watch out for,
> if you like.
> In this spirit, GNOME 3.0 could be considered an "event" to report about,
> including previews, preparation, etc. What about the next GUADEC?
> Application reviews are part of "functionality". Likewise, while an article
> about GTK-Perl might have become irrelevant today, but it's still useful as
> an example to look for trends to report about. Replace GTK-Perl with C#/Mono
> or Vala and you get a more up-to.date article idea.
> I'm not saying it's the best way to organize it. Maybe, it's too abstract.
> Best Regards,
> P.S.: Good to see people working on a new edition. Sorry I missed that IRC
> On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 4:30 PM, Paul Cutler <pcutler foresightlinux org>
>> I spent a few minutes trying to clean up the Article Wishlist wiki
>> page on lgo (http://live.gnome.org/GnomeJournal/ArticleWishlist)
>> I added two sections at the top - GNOME 3.0, and Applications Reviews.
>> Sri and I were brainstorming some applications new to GNOME last
>> week, and I added those there.
>> Other than some minor additions, everything below that is legacy
>> ideas. For those that have been with the GJ team longer than I have,
>> can you browse through the list and see what is still relevant? I'm
>> sure that most of the article ideas are, but I thought this might be a
>> good chance to do some spring cleaning, especially with our hopes of
>> recruiting new team members, and this is one of the first pages they
>> will take a look at.
>> Lastly, is there a better way to organize this information?
>> Other pages on GJ that I could use some help with reviewing:
>> http://live.gnome.org/GnomeJournal/PlaceForNewIdeas : What other new
>> ideas might we have in marketing GJ? Are these ideas still relevant?
>> http://live.gnome.org/GnomeJournal/ArticleSubmissionQueue : I'm going
>> to work on this page as it hasn't been updated since 2007 with
>> information around the next release, in addition to some work I'm
>> trying to do around a release calendar.
>> Thanks for the help.
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>> Gnome-journal-list gnome org
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-- Sriram Ramkrishna (sri *((&)aracnet.com)
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