Lest anyone be daunted in filling BKP's shoes, the core parts of this
job are ones that any experienced editor is familiar with.
In part, this is a set of editor hands doing the final review-to-publish
work with an willingness to say "no" and make good editorial calls.
Especially when the rest of us are faltering and looking for a decisive
Where it comes to everything else, from writing and editing process,
tools, and so forth, your editorial team will have you covered with any
needed support. So GitHub or Asciidoc skills are not required to step in
If you see yourself having some nice blocks of hours between now and 15
December, we can use your help.
After the above strong pitch ;-) let me say also that non-leadership
editing help is needed too. Especially the coming two weeks, yes please!
On 12/3/20 12:56 PM, Brian Proffitt wrote:
In the Dec 3 meeting of The Open Source Way editorial group, I informed
the group that I will need to step down from the position of Lead Editor
for the project.
This is not due to any lack of interest in the project on my part. But
the requirements of my daily job have precluded me from dedicating
enough time to the editorial work, and for a while I have felt like I
was more of a drag on the project than a help. I was hoping that post
11/15, this situation would change, but it is clear that this is not the
So, to benefit the project as a whole, I am going to step away for the
position. So if anyone is interested in helping out with part of the
project, please let me or Karsten know, and we can hand off the task set.
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