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Posted 29 Jun 2010 by 

Jason Hibbets (Red Hat)
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10 Comments

antanas

nice, i'm in :)

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Paul Booker

I would love to get on board with helping out as a drupal developer & systems administrator for opensource.com

Best,
Paul Booker

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jhibbets
Open Sourcerer

Paul, this is great news. I've been trying to figure out the best to make the feedback visible and create a list of things to do to improve the site. The one catch is that we have support through Acquia on the site, which is great, but might limit some of the things we can do. Limits were meant to be broken though.

I'm definitely open to ideas and suggestions.
Jason

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paulbooker
Open Minded

Hi Jason,

Apologies for the late reply.

It would be great to open up site development to our opensource.com community by

1. creating a tarball of all code that is static i.e dupal core & contributed modules
2. placing bespoke code into a version control system i.e glue modules & theme
3. providing a sanitized version of the database
4. keeping track of issues with a bug tracking system
5. providing a staged version of the site under an apache .HTACCESS directory

Best,
Paul Booker

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Michael Maranda

Since you recently interviewed Tim Rayner (Coalition of the Willing) I have been spending more time here, and I like what I am seeing. Under the Coalition banner we've been advancing a discussion on Open Stewardship, and I think OpenSource.com is already modeling some important aspects of that approach. Keep up the good stewardship!

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Ty Hallock

Thank you for keeping the further developments of the site and community as open source as possible. I'm thrilled to be a part of the community and as an active reader I'm always looking for ways to get more involved. I hope to "give back" in the next couple of years by helping in some ways. So far its mostly been by promoting this site to friends and social media community.

So thanks again,
Ty

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jhibbets
Open Sourcerer

Ty,

Thanks for your support. Every little bit helps, whether it's sharing a good article with a co-worker or just pointing friends to the site as a resource to understand how open source can be applied beyond technology.

And we are always open to new ideas for the site and content. Thanks for being part of the community.

Jason

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erlend_sh
Open Minded

I've got a couple nit-picks to discuss in here ;)

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jhibbets
Open Sourcerer

We like constructive feedback, so please let us know how we can make things better.

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Marguerite Greene

I want to continue to be kept informed in Red Hats efforts to spearhead opensource worldwide and to share these ideas in my community.

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Jason Hibbets is a project manager in Corporate Marketing at Red Hat where he is the lead administrator, content curator, and community manager for Opensource.com. He has been with Red Hat since 2003 and is the author of, The foundation for an open source city. Prior roles include senior marketing specialist, Red Hat Knowledgebase maintainer, and support engineer. Follow him on Twitter: @jhibbets

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