press request


Jens-Christoph Brendel <jens-christoph.brendel@...>
 

Hello,

 

We, the German Linux magazine, are planning a focus on Linux distributions for the IoT in the 07/22 issue. One of them we have in mind is Yocto. We are therefore looking for an author who can introduce Yocto to our readers in an article. Such an article should be four to six pages (about 4000 characters each) and cover questions such as:

 

- What is Yocto? (main purpose, target audience, compatibility)

- Scope of services

- Differences and similarities compared to similar operating systems

- Advantages and disadvantages

- Examples of use

 

After reading this, one should be able to estimate whether Yocto meets the user's expectations and whether it is worth trying out.

 

Is there anyone out there who would like and have the time to write such an article for us? We would pay 80 Euro per printed page. We prefer plain ASCII as text format and need some illustrations (screenshots or diagrams or photos). Please contact me at jens-christoph.brendel@....

 

Thanks in advance

Jens-Christoph

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Adrian Freihofer
 

Hi Jens-Christoph

By when do you need it?
The article should probably be written in German, correct?

Regards,
Adrian

On Tue, 2022-04-26 at 10:25 +0000, Jens-Christoph Brendel wrote:
Hello,
 
We, the German Linux magazine, are planning a focus on Linux
distributions for the IoT in the 07/22 issue. One of them we have in
mind is Yocto. We are therefore looking for an author who can
introduce Yocto to our readers in an article. Such an article should
be four to six pages (about 4000 characters each) and cover questions
such as:
 
- What is Yocto? (main purpose, target audience, compatibility)
- Scope of services
- Differences and similarities compared to similar operating systems
- Advantages and disadvantages
- Examples of use
 
After reading this, one should be able to estimate whether Yocto
meets the user's expectations and whether it is worth trying out.
 
Is there anyone out there who would like and have the time to write
such an article for us? We would pay 80 Euro per printed page. We
prefer plain ASCII as text format and need some illustrations
(screenshots or diagrams or photos). Please contact me at
jens-christoph.brendel@....
 
Thanks in advance
Jens-Christoph
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Stefano Babic
 

Hi Adrian,

On 27.04.22 10:28, Adrian Freihofer wrote:
Hi Jens-Christoph
By when do you need it?
The article should probably be written in German, correct?
It is Linux Magazine, auf deutsch ;-)

Stefano

Regards,
Adrian
On Tue, 2022-04-26 at 10:25 +0000, Jens-Christoph Brendel wrote:
Hello,
We, the German Linux magazine, are planning a focus on Linux
distributions for the IoT in the 07/22 issue. One of them we have in
mind is Yocto. We are therefore looking for an author who can
introduce Yocto to our readers in an article. Such an article should
be four to six pages (about 4000 characters each) and cover questions
such as:
- What is Yocto? (main purpose, target audience, compatibility)
- Scope of services
- Differences and similarities compared to similar operating systems
- Advantages and disadvantages
- Examples of use
After reading this, one should be able to estimate whether Yocto
meets the user's expectations and whether it is worth trying out.
Is there anyone out there who would like and have the time to write
such an article for us? We would pay 80 Euro per printed page. We
prefer plain ASCII as text format and need some illustrations
(screenshots or diagrams or photos). Please contact me at
jens-christoph.brendel@....
Thanks in advance
Jens-Christoph
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in transmissions made via the Internet. Computec Media GmbH hereby
excludes any warranty, written or implied, as to the quality or
accuracy of any information contained in this message and any
liability of any kind for the information contained, therein, or for
its transmission, reception, storage or usage in any way, whatsoever.
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