Re: Debian training and code review
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- Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2010 13:09:41 +0200
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Am 16.09.2010 09:40, schrieb Enrico Zini:
>> Random though: we could encourage people to write about different topics,
>> post them to a wiki page (wiki.d.o/education/<topic>/<sub-topic if
>> necessary>) and then post it on a blog that is syndicated by planet (a
>> personal blog should be enough, a persistent copy would be at the wiki
> A series of posts on -planet about best practices would be a very
> welcome thing indeed, and a quick way to get this started right now by
> everybody who'd like to do it.
> I'd love it to see it eventually go a step up, like having some review
> process by people with especially strong experience, and having them
> published by an own blog (à-la debian-administration) where they can be
> archived and searched. But that's just one of the many improvements the
> idea can start to collect once it starts happening.
And an other example, what could be made available via
"blog.debian.org", if that ever get's started.