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Revision as of 13:10, 26 March 2012

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The Fedora Documentation Project holds weekly IRC meetings. All members of the Fedora Project are welcome to participate.

Information about past meetings can be found on the Category:Docs Project meetings page.

Meeting Details

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The Docs Project meets in channel #fedora-meeting on the Freenode IRC system. All members of the community are welcome to attend and participate in our meetings.

  • Day: Monday
  • Time: 1400 Hrs UTC
  • Location: #fedora-meeting on freenode

For more information and to discuss any of the agenda items, be sure to click on the links to read the threads on the docs list.

A meeting reminder should be sent at the beginning of the meeting day.

Agenda for Next Meeting

This is the agenda for the next meeting for Docs Project. Please write down your topic suggestions so that we have an idea on what will be discussed in the meeting. Pointers to emails which expand on the idea are always welcome!

26 March 2012

Before you change the agenda...
To keep the meeting schedule under control and to promote openness, please bring any proposed agenda item to the Docs Project mailing list for discussion before adding it to the agenda.
  • #topic Follow up on last week's action items (10 minutes - link)
  • #topic Open floor discussion (5 minutes)

Task table

This table may be transcluded in other locations, but originates at Docs_Project_admin_tasks_for_experienced_contributors#Task_table.

Task Assignee Due date Next milestone Status


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