I am not too familiar with the draft process of documents, but the Desktop User Guide (in draft) looks good and, for the most part, free of errors. I've recently edited each page of the document, mainly for consistency and for grammar. The link for this doc is below:
[root@localhost ~]# gpg --fingerprint eddieelizondo(a)sbcglobal.net
pub 1024D/22A483A6 2007-01-16 [expires: 2008-01-16]
Key fingerprint = 8B5E E6D8 CFB2 0244 EA6A A845 F17B A0A7 22A4 83A6
sub 2048g/EA103DE8 2007-01-16 [expires: 2008-01-16]
Dear fedora docs project:
I'm very interested in linux and fedora,because they
are open source and it means "free",so that I wish I could contribute to the open source project.I wrote this
e-mail to introduce myself.
My full legal name is Li Xiao.I live in ChangSha, a city in China.At the moment I'm studying at Harbin Institute of Tecnology,a university in Harbin, China.So I'm a student, actually, a under graduate.
My major is computer science.My goals in the project is just to translate documents in Chinese because I'm not familliar with writing documentations.
[lixiao@lixiao ~]$ gpg --fingerprint B2A26426
pub 1024D/B2A26426 2007-02-01
密钥指纹 = 4505 D89A F027 39EF C0BE 2924 6686 E9BD B2A2 6426
uid lixiao (lixiao) <anshishagua(a)126.com>
sub 2048g/F22EEBB6 2007-02-01
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