AsciiDoc(tor) & Fedora

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AsciiDoc(tor) & Fedora

gour
Hello,

I'm Linux user since '99 and use several Linux distributions during all those years and "discovered" Fedora only few days ago. (

Now f25-beta is on my netbook and very soon I'll migrate my main (desktop) machine from Debian Sid.


I like its docs and, afaict, it is done using DocBook toolchain, but wonder if there is some plan to make it possible to contribute docs using AsciiDoc(tor)?
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ggrossetie
Hello,

I think you should ask the Fedora team but we will for sure help them to migrate from DocBook to Asciidoctor :)


Guillaume
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gour
ggrossetie wrote
I think you should ask the Fedora team but we will for sure help them to migrate from DocBook to Asciidoctor :)
Well, I hoped there will be more info considering that @mojavelinux is at RedHat.

Moreover, there is no need to say that writing docs in DocBook makes me quite unenthusiastic for the job. :-)
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simpligility

I am pretty sure Dan has not been with Red Hat for quite a long time now. 

Manfred

gour [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] wrote on 2016-11-05 09:07:

ggrossetie wrote
I think you should ask the Fedora team but we will for sure help them to migrate from DocBook to Asciidoctor :)
Well, I hoped there will be more info considering that @mojavelinux is at RedHat.

Moreover, there is no need to say that writing docs in DocBook makes me quite unenthusiastic for the job. :-)
 
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gour
"simpligility [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion]"
<[hidden email]> writes:

> I am pretty sure Dan has not been with Red Hat for quite a long time
> now.

Ohh, that’s news for me. ;)


Sincerely,
Gour
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Re: AsciiDoc(tor) & Fedora

mojavelinux
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Nope, I haven't been at Red Hat for over 3 years. That was the birth of OpenDevise. However, I do stay in contact with many teams from Red Hat and I know many of them have already switched or are considering switching to Asciidoctor for docs.

In fact, there was a post recently about adapting Asciidoctor for the needs of Fedora docs. See:


Cheers,

-Dan

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gour
"mojavelinux [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion]"
<[hidden email]> writes:

> Nope, I haven't been at Red Hat for over 3 years. That was the birth
> of OpenDevise.

Ahh, OK.

> However, I do stay in contact with many teams from Red Hat and I know
> many of them have already switched or are considering switching to
> Asciidoctor for docs.

That’s great to hear. Btw, I’m *very* happy with Fedora (f25). ;)

> In fact, there was a post recently about adapting Asciidoctor for the
> needs of Fedora docs. See:

Very interesting. Thank you for URL.


Sincerely,
Gour

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