[Slackdocs] Introducing our WIki editor staff

B.Lawrence nowbrians at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Aug 29 01:20:49 CEST 2012

On 28/08/12 22:34, Eric Hameleers wrote:
> I have not really taken the time to sit back and relaxen das
> blinkenlichten... the developments in our shiny new documentation
> project are happening so fast that it took me two days to realize that I
> had not yet formally introduced our team of Wiki editors. I did mention
> them on http://docs.slackware.com/slackdocs:contact though.
> Who are on the editor staff list?
>    *
>      Senior Editors
>        o
>          V. T. Eric Layton (nocturnal.slacker
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:nocturnal.slacker>)
>        o
>          Brian Lawrence (brianl <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:brianl>)
>    *
>      Editors
>        o
>          Gerardo Zamudio (gerardo.zamudio
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:gerardo.zamudio>)
>        o
>          V. Harishankar (vharishankar
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:vharishankar>)
>        o
>          W. Dean Milner (nyteowl
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:nyteowl>)
>        o
>          Marcin Herda (sycamorex
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:sycamorex>)
>        o
>          Geoff Austin (mrclisdue
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:mrclisdue>)
>        o
>          Dugan Chen (dugan <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:dugan>)
>        o
>          Hazel Russman (hazel <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:hazel>)
>        o
>          Moses Elie (escaflown
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:escaflown>)
>        o
>          Emilio Hodge (whiz <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:whiz>)
>        o
>          Zithro (zithro <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:zithro>)
>        o
>          Matthew Fillpot (mfillpot
>          <http://docs.slackware.com/wiki:user:mfillpot>)
> The "senior editor" hat does not give these two old fellas more power...
> nor status :-) Brian and V. T. Eric will be our arbiters when the editor
> team has an internal struggle and decisions have to be taken. Other than
> that, they are there for you just like the rest of the pack.
> What can the editor staff do for you?
> The editors are there to guard the quality and accessibility of our Wiki
> material. They will do page edits where needed in order to polish
> grammar and fix spelling mistakes. They will work on the structure of
> the Wiki and write guidelines for the people who want to contribute
> articles (you!).
> Most of all, they will be "there" for you if you have questions about an
> article you are writing - where to put the page, how to format the page,
> what about the use of headers, tags, pictures and videos. You get the
> idea. By now, all of them will have created a user page where you can
> directly contact them (on their page's discussion tab) if you do not
> want to use email or the mailing list.
> Several of the people on the editor staff are non-english speakers. They
> are the point of contact if you want to translate any of our english
> Wiki pages into another language. They will be able to help you out with
> the language-specific questions you might have.
> Note to editors: please update your entry in the
> http://docs.slackware.com/slackdocs:contact page with the languages you
> are able to read/write/edit.
> Good luck to the team, let's make it a worthwhile experience for everybody.
> Cheers, Eric
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Hi All,
Be careful or we might become like those "two old fellas" in the Muppets. :)

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