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I'm on a mission to establish the wiki as collaborative team workspace rather than as a documentation site, for either project or end-user documentation. I'd like to move https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo/UsageGuidelines to the Council policy documentation (there's going to be a new subsection under https://docs.fedoraproject.org/fedora-project/council/policies.html).
In order to do that, it should be converted to asciidoc. Anyone want to take a stab at that?
It'd also be interesting to have the history from https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Logo/History and https://web.archive.org/web/20051125211849/http://capstrat.com/development/fedora/index.php — but probably as a separate page!
How does asciidoc work for displaying large sets of images? Also how will ACLs work so we can update when we need to?
@mattdm any ideas?
@duffy Sorry, I missed that. We would have a number of options with images, although it's not meant to be in image gallery really. See http://asciidoctor.org/docs/asciidoc-writers-guide/#images for that.
For ACLs, you'd have a Pagure git repo that you can manage however you like.
I can work with it if the guidelines are already written. I can upload the .adoc file here, to updated it, you can talk with @bex about it. The main idea is for each SIG/WG/sub-project can manage their own documents in a pagure repo.
One complication here is that legal hasn't approved them.
OK, @mattdm and i just talked about this, here's a rough plan:
@x3mboy is this still on your radar?
Oh, sure. I can work on that this week. Thanks for the reminder.
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