[Dancer-users] Advent Calendar: Request for writers!

Naveed Massjouni naveedm9 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 5 07:09:24 CET 2010

On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 9:56 AM, sukria <sukria at sukria.net> wrote:
> Hi there,
> As you may know, we plan to publish an advent calendar in order to promote
> Dancer.
> The idea is to publish one article per day form the first of december to
> the 25th.
> We have set up a repository on GitHub dedicated to host the collaborative
> work around that. Any help is welcome and very much appreciated.
> Currently we have 23 articles ideas, 7 of them are "assigned" (someone
> volunteered to write the article, but did not started yet), 3 of them are
> "pending" (the article is almost finished but need a review).
> We have one moth left and lots remain to be done if we want to be able to
> publish our advent calendar.
> I invite you, as a Dancer user/developer to fork the project:
> http://github.com/PerlDancer/advent-calendar-2010 and start helping us. You
> can also request on the list a write-access to that repo, we'll add you to
> the team and you'll be able to push your changes directly here.
> You can either review one of the article in the pending directory (typos
> are there, you can be sure ;) or start picking an article idea in the
> README file, setting the flag to "A" for telling other writers not to pick
> this one.
> FYI you can build pretty HTML renderings of the article with the following
> command:
>     $ perl build/tools/build_html.pl pending
> You'll find the HTML files in build/html/
> With your help we can do it, but if we're too few, this might be
> difficult.
> Thanks a lot!
> --
> Alexis Sukrieh
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Do you think the articles will be posted in the order that they are in
the README file?  I am wondering so I know which articles should have
higher priority.

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