--- Comment #4 from Zach Oglesby <oglesbyzm@gmai...> 2011-05-04 10:29:32 EDT ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> A couple of things strike me. We've had the SELinux guide, the virtualization
> guide, amateur radio guide, etc - all of which could be on either side of
> 'something that can be done with Fedora' and 'how to use Fedora'.
> We've always been pretty accepting of documents, and I don't see any reason to
> not be with this one. I'd want to see the canonical DocBook source repo moved
> to the docs/ tree on fedorahhosted.org.
> All of that said, the current state of the document also (IMO) has unacceptable
> content for publication on docs.fedoraproject.org - it advocates installation
> from fedorapeople.org space, (in reviewing Eric's test in that regard it stops
> being how to use Fedora (Fedora being defined as the packages available in
> Fedora) and moves to something that can be done with Fedora.) The document
> should only talk about what can be done with Fedora, not what can be done with
> packages external to Fedora. (adhering to this standard keeps us from running
> afoul of trademark usage guidelines IMO as well). In other words make sure
> this is Fedora documentation about using FreeIPA, not FreeIPA documentation
> using Fedora as the base OS. Note that I am not advocating stripping the
> sections on Solaris and other operating systems, but think the focus should
> remain on Fedora as the 'server' and non-Fedora OSes as clients. Also this
> document also doesn't appear to be using the full Fedora publican brand - as
> the feedback section contains comments about filing bugs against RHEL, etc.
I think this could not be said better, we have lots of guides that help people
do things with Fedora, but they rely strictly on Fedora. As long as the guide
keeps within the realm of the "Official Fedora" world, and its helpful to a
group of people (like the Amateur Radio Guide) then I would love to include it.