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Re: Faq Manager

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-06-01 19:11:35 CEST

Rafael George <r.george@descuentoelectronico.com> writes:
> Hi, im an student from Dominican Republic willing to be part of the
> SummerCode from Google and helping a bit with subversion tool that i
> use often, i want to be part of the team working with the Faq
> Manager position.

I don't think the FAQ Manager Position is exactly what SoC is about.
However, here's what I wrote to someone else looking at this:

  Malcolm Fernandes <malcolmf@cray.com> writes:
> I've been using Subversion for a couple of years now and would
> like to find out about the role of FAQ manager.
> How much time is typically involved in a week.
  We have no idea :-).
> Currently subscribed to the digest versions of the
> users@subversion.tigris.org and dev@subversion.tigris.org mailing
> lists, though I must admit that I only skim thru' these digests.
  You'd need to read most messages, at least glance at each one, in
  order to do it. Being a FAQ manager means understanding all the
  problems people are having, finding the common themes, and writing new
  FAQ entries about them (or updating existing FAQ entries).
  There's no need to apply for the job, though, you can just start doing
  it! :-) Create patches against www/faq.html and post them here, as
  describes. We'll review them and commit them when ready. Eventually,
  when they're always right the first time, we'll dispense with the
  pre-commit review and just ask you to commit directly.
  Thanks for asking, and good luck!


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