Speaking of forgetting things, I forgot to include the metrics chapter
in the build. This is now fixed:
I think my brain got stuck on a side-branch a few weeks ago and I never
got this main one merged into that branch. One part of me knew the
metrics chapter was finished and going in, and other part was working
the edit-chapters/build-things and well ...
Thank goodness it's open source. :)
FWIW, in this process it's not the first time I forgot to do the literal
or metaphorical version of syncing the repository before going forward.
Working with git this way around an editorial process has been an
amazing learning experience.
Cheers - Karsten
On 11/18/20 2:22 AM, Karsten Wade wrote:
Well, I guess you get the first draft kudos content from me, as I
accidentally sent as I was writing. :) The rest follows ...
Here is the preview release:
The PDF is a recent addition to the build, I haven't spend any time on
improving the look/feel of it.
This preview includes:
* Presenting The Open Source Way (guide intro)
* New Project Checklist
* Why Do People Participate In Open Source Communities?
* Communication Norms in Open Source Software Projects
* Project and Community Governance
* To Build Diverse Open Source Communities, Make Them Inclusive First
* Community Manager Self-Care
There will be an announcement tweet coming from @RedHatOpen on
Wednesday, I'll forward it here for you to re-tweet. At this point we
are interested in attracting the writers and energy to finish the rest
of the chapters for the 2.0 release. This preview should really show
people what is to come, and entice more practitioners to join us.
Much, much thanks to the writers and editors who have gotten us to this
point. I'm not going to name everyone here because it's late and I'll
forget someone or misspell a name.
Instead, please peruse the updated contributors file:
Best wishes and kind regards,
On 11/18/20 1:59 AM, Karsten Wade wrote:
> Just a quick note to say thank you for all your hard work and
> dedication in bringing this project along, in the midst of all things.
> I'm pleased to let you know that we have an amazing preview release of
> our guidebook that showcases the breadth and depth of truly best
> practices that we bring to the wider community discussions:
Karsten Wade [he/him/his]| Senior Community Architect | @quaid
Red Hat Open Source Program Office (OSPO) : @redhatopen