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[opensuse-el] Re: [opensuse-marketing] Re: [opensuse-ambassadors] openSUSE Magazine
  • From: differentreality <differentreality@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2011 19:35:03 +0300
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Hey all :)

How are you doing ?

I think we are missing some action in this thread!

Prashanth and I have been over most of the ideas we have got from you
and we are even proceeding with a timeline which we hope to complete
within the week.

In the meantime we want to know if someone has already started writing
an article for the magazine.
Or if there is someone that wants to talk with us more regarding what
exactly he/she should write about.

In any case we are open for discussion so that we can all get to work
and get some nice articles soon.

In the meantime, you check out with ideas that have come
up and the most important thing:

In this etherpad you can assign yourself an article to write about -
you just have to write your name and what you are working on and when
you expect to have it finished and sent to us.

This is one of the most fundamental but yet important steps of the
process to make the magazine happen.

So, please pick a subject you like and let us know you are writing about it!

We are always available for any clarifications and we hope to see some
action soon :)

Be back with more updates soon!

On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 10:04 AM, jdd <jdd@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Le 20/09/2011 09:05, N.B.Prashanth a écrit :

Hi people!

       It's really great to find so many replies and so many enthusiastic
people who are ready to write articles for a magazine. I believe that
most of the clarifications have already been made in an earlier email by

Hello, Prashanth, I hope the travel was not too hard :-)

Since i am not really aware of many collaborative apps like etherpad, I
went along and created a pad at Once

we should really work on etherpad. I'm often upset by the number of tools we
have to learn, but this one deserve really to be used (if santa claus reads:
having etherpad-lite on connect would be a nice christmas gift :-).

However I'm a bit concerned to see all this work on free air, google
indexed, before it's even close to final.

I think you should open a professional account on ietherpad (as far as I
understand, it's free), that allows you to open private pages. Anybody here
could also register on ietherpad and be accepted as the magazine team (very
loosely, we can accept nearly any people that wants to help)

I can do this for you if you want, but may be it's better if you do this


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