Today is the day!
- From: Paul Cutler <pcutler foresightlinux org>
- To: "gnome-journal-list gnome org" <gnome-journal-list gnome org>
- Subject: Today is the day!
- Date: Fri, 1 May 2009 09:02:32 -0500
Ok team, I think we're ready.
I've taken another look at the article titles and excerpts, though I'd
like another pair of eyes to review if possible, and compared them to
previous articles, and I think they look good.
I've re-sized the images into thumbnails in the Gourmet Recipe Manager
article to match the sizes in a previous article.
Natan sent in his about the author blurb.
I've taken the liberty of updating http://www.gnomejournal.org/about/
- my thought being as we haven't had a release in over a year, and in
some ways it's a new team. If you disagree with the changes, please
let me know, as I'm sure past writers and editors contributed heavily,
and I don't mean to offend anyone. I also added Natan and Jayson as
writers - since they both wrote articles in this edition and have
signed up for articles in edition 15, I thought I'd add them to thank
them as they have consecutive contributions.
For issue 15, I'd like to update our CC license from CC SA-BY 2.0 to
CC SA-BY 3.0 (only difference - you can use a similar license rather
than the exact same one if build upon the work - I think this may be
important for Sri's idea of getting our content in to other sources).
Here is my draft of the release announcement, as recommended by
The GNOME Journal, May 2009 Edition
After an extended break, the latest issue of the GNOME Journal has
been published. It features a look an interview with Stormy Peters,
the Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation by Jayson Rowe; a
review of the Gourmet Recipe Manager by Sriram Ramkrishna; a look at
the GConf Configuation System for developers by Natan Yellin; an
Introduction to the Message Indicator for developers by Ken VanDine,
and a letter from our editor, Jim Hodapp.
The GNOME Journal team is excited to be publishing again, and has
plans for new editions planned throughout 2009. If you would like to
get involvoed, please visit http://www.gnomejournal.org/contribute/
for more information.
The GNOME Journal features original content and commentary for and by
the GNOME community. All articles are published under the Creative
Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license.
Per the announcement guide, who has the Digg login for GNOME Journal?
Are you all ready to blog and micro-blog about today's release?! (I
know I am - I plan on doing a general microblog, and then every hour
mentioning one specific article).
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