As discussed on our meeting today Summary of our progress in reviewing Quick Docs articles.
final proofreading needed (not necessarily reviewing) #153 Request: using a Yubikey on Fedora #111 Write a better “installing software from source”
Review / Info needed #529 Link to (old) Wiki page “Reset Bootloader Password”
Work in progress (assigned) #522 Review of older documents: Bootloading with GRUB2 #521 Review of older documents: Finding and installing Linux applications #133 Adding (Debugging) info to Navigation tool (about troubleshoting)
Open / not assigned yet #528 Review of older documents: Fedora on Raspberry Pi
Alternative processing #530 Review of older documents: Anaconda. decided to move to admin tools
Ready for final editing #533 Review of older documents: How to enable nested virtualization in KVM #524 Review of older documents: How to Reset the root Password
completed #525 Review of older documents: How to edit iptables rules #523 Review of older documents: Setting a key shortcut to run an application in GNOME
Hi @pboy, this list is super helpful! I think these are great entry points for anyone who wants to get more involved with Fedora and Fedora Docs.
Is it adding too much work to put these into a Community Blog post? It could be written as a call-to-action for contributors in Fedora Quick Docs. If you add some links to the issues and context for how people could help in each of these different stages, my hypothesis is that it would go a long way. We could also sync with the Marketing Team to promote the CommBlog article in our social channels.
I know this is an extra ask, but you already have done the hard work of triaging, so this felt like a natural extension to get more eyes and hands on some of these tasks. What do you think?
Hi @jflory7 , we discussed that 1 or 2 meetings ago, and it is on my to-do list now. Unfortunately, there are a lot of other entries, as well. I hope to be able to put a 1st draft on hackmd in about 2 weeks, so we can discuss and improve it.
Maybe this is helpful? A lot of the original quick docs documents were identified using a similar list.
I got a report from Google’s webmaster tools about our search performance last year. This is the list of pages that got the most incoming search traffic (at least 5000 visits). You can see that the top few get a LOT of traffic. There is some “survivor bias” here, of course, but I think it’d be good to make sure we’re converting this visibility to up-to-date docs.