There have been discussions amongst e.g. Jason, Shaun, Michael, myself,
Brian Proffitt, and maybe others around how we want to use and avoid
misusing GitHub as part of our writing workflow. This topic is of
general interest to other writers we know who work on upstream
documentation in various ways.
My thinking/guidance is mainly:
1. Let's make sure we can get work done toward our goal -- writing,
editing, publishing in a way that works for the contributors is top
2. Don't paint ourselves into any corners, i.e. lock ourselves into a
In support of #2, I think it would be good to say that our decisions
here are to cover the production of the 2.0 work. At that time we take a
serious review of our experiences so far and see how we can move toward
100% FOSS for all parts of the project.
For #1, what do you all think? How do you want to use PRs and Issues
around writing chapters and sections?
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