Calling for Server Guide reviewers/contributors - - XENIAL
serge.hallyn at ubuntu.com
Thu Mar 17 21:10:44 UTC 2016
I'm working (in the background) on a new lxd section. I'm writing the draft
in the github markdown format. I recall there was some discussion on this
before, so just to make sure - are we still using xml format and the bzr
tree? Any chance of switching to a lp git tree? :)
Quoting Doug Smythies (dsmythies at telus.net):
> On 2106.02.04 07:40 Peter Matulis wrote:
> > We need people to review current instructions provided in the
> > Ubuntu Server Guide and suggest improvements.
> > Please visit the following link and help out where you can.
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam/SystemDocumentation/UbuntuServerGuide
> > The subjects we need the most help with this cycle are the following, in order of priority:
> > Zentyal
> > Ceph
> > systemd
> > Chat Applications overview
> > IRC Server
> > Jabber Instant Messaging Server
> > Samba - Introduction
> > Samba - File Server
> > Samba - Print Server
> > Samba - Securing File and Print Server
> > Samba - As a Domain Controller
> > Samba - Active Directory Integration
> > OpenVPN
> > Samba and LDAP
> > Exim4
> > Mailman
> > Mail Filtering
> > DNS troubleshooting
> > AppArmor
> > Certificates
> > eCryptfs
> > Monitoring overview
> > Nagios
> > Munin
> > Ruby on Rails
> > phpMyAdmin
> > Instead of helping on a per-topic basis you can also offer fixes to existing bugs:
> > https://bugs.launchpad.net/serverguide
> > We're also looking for help in maintaining the guide in terms
> > of validating reviews (merge proposals).
> We need help with the Serverguide.
> In particular, we need help from subject matter experts.
> While the documentation string freeze deadline has just past,
> the Serverguide is not bound by that deadline because it is not
> a released package, so there is still time to contribute.
> To summarize where are at the moment: NOWHERE!!! Nothing has
> been contributed for revised for the 16.04 LTS cycle.
> ... Doug
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