We haven’t published an edition of the GNOME Journal since December 2007, and work is ramping up to get a new edition published.
What kind of help do we need? I’m glad you asked! It might not be what you think. We need:
- CSS / HTML hackers – We are migrating GNOME Journal from it’s current CMS to WordPress, and we have some final touches that need to be fixed on our WordPress theme, as well as the look and feel of the archives section.
- Editors! We have the content, it just needs to be proofed.
- Writers – We have the content for this edition, but we know how long it can take to write an article, and we want to get back to publishing on a more regular basis.
To sum it up – if you want to help, we probably have a job for you. We are having a meeting Thursday night (tomorrow!) in GimpNet IRC in #gnomejournal at 22:00 p.m. EDT. More information at the links below.
Want to learn more? Here are some links:
- GNOME Journal Wiki page on live.gnome.org
- Want to write an article for GNOME Journal? Here are some article ideas on the wiki.
- Here is our meeting agenda for Thursday nights meeting and sign-up page if you can come.
- Join the GNOME Journal mailing list and read this month’s archives to see what we’re up to.
- Here is the mailing list post that summarizes our infrastructure to-do list for CSS / HTML / WordPress hackers.
Now is a great time to join the GNOME Journal team as we’re just getting active again. All help is welcome – hackers, writers, editors. Join now!