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Re: [opensuse-project] three necessary steps?
Le 30/11/2013 09:26, Joerg Stephan a écrit :
Am 29.11.2013 21:50, schrieb jdd:
should be interesting to list what they have and we don't :-)


Well okay than:

http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Teams
vs.
https://wiki.mageia.org/en/Category:Teams
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Join
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Teams

fedora page is smart, mageia inexistent, ubuntu random, opensuse no so bad

Maybe i am wrong, could be, but for me, and please keep in mind that i
am an administrator and security guy, there is a lot room for
participation in other distris. In former times (several years ago) i
joined the admin team of fedora and helped a bit on there movement
from nagios to zabbix, joining was quite easy and they had a great
mentor ship.
On our side, teams wich i would be interested in, are done by SUSE or
(what i also was told) they have enough guys.

this could be seen as Fedora is worst than we are :-), sysadmin or security wise. May be (or may be not)

but I don't see, from these pages, a much better organisation than on our side.

but of course wiki pages do not mean much. As documentation writer I was never said that I had no work left :-)

I see two interesting things in the pages you quote: mentorship system on fedora part and personalization on ubuntu part (name of leaders)

the first thing we may have to do from time to time is ask us if any (our) given team works well.

thanks
jdd


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