Hi Everyone,

I have acquired a mailing list for us to use moving forward. Please
subscribe to this one:


I have been told it will eventually migrate to groups.io but the transition
will be seamless for us so we can start using the mailman list for now. I
have also added the list to cc so this should be officially the first email
on the list.


On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 7:26 PM, Thanh Ha <thanh...@linuxfoundation.org>

> On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 6:03 PM, Thanh Ha <thanh...@linuxfoundation.org>
> wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I believe I've included everyone who has indicated they were interested
>> in cross community docs efforts. If you are not interested feel free to
>> mute this thread.
>> I've tried to include community mailing lists where existing to reach
>> hopefully the right audience for this email. If anyone knows of folks who
>> should be included please feel free to add them to this thread.
>> At ONS we few of us from the ODL, OPNFV, and ONAP communities got
>> together to discuss some cross community documentation efforts we've been
>> pushing. We discussed lfdocs [0][1] and lfdocs-conf [2][3] projects who's
>> purpose is to enable projects to easily share common configuration as well
>> as create common documentation that projects can link to using
>> intersphinx linking rather than rewriting their own.
>> One of the things that came out of the meeting was that it would be good
>> to create a cross-project-docs community so that we can ask questions and
>> share ideas since all of us are using very similar tooling to build our
>> docs.
>> For a start I've created an IRC channel #lf-docs @ irc.freenode.net
>> which I hope folks will join and discuss docs related things in. It could
>> be a valuable resource rather than all of us hanging in our own small docs
>> communities I'm sure we are all understaffed as it is.
>> We should setup a mailing list somewhere, I'll work with LF to figure out
>> where the best place for such a list is such that it is not specific to any
>> project.
>> Also there was discussion about setting up some kind of regular meeting
>> maybe once a month where we can all get together and sync up to share any
>> ideas we have. I think there are 2 things we need to figure out together:
>> 1. How often is the right amount as to not overload everyone with
>> meetings but give us time to get together?
>> 2. What is the best time for the meeting?
>> For 2 I've created a doodle poll please ignore the dates as we are only
>> interested in finding out during any given week which times are generally
>> good for folks. Please respond with the times that are okay with you and
>> we'll try to pick a time that is good for the most people.
>> https://doodle.com/poll/dykpgubs3fvd2agw
>> Regards,
>> Thanh
>> [0] http://docs.releng.linuxfoundation.org/en/latest/
>> [1] https://gerrit.linuxfoundation.org/infra/#/admin/projects/releng/docs
>> [2] http://docs.releng.linuxfoundation.org/projects/lfdocs-
>> conf/en/latest/index.html
>> [3] https://gerrit.linuxfoundation.org/infra/#/admin/
>> projects/releng/docs-conf
> Adding some more folks to the list.
> Regards,
> Thanh
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