On Mon, 2007-10-29 at 19:14 +0300, John Babich wrote:
On 10/29/07, Davidson Rodrigues Paulo <davidsonpaulo(a)gmail.com>
> 2007/10/29, Mike Dittmeier <mike(a)vegasitpros.com>:
> > What is more important at this time?
> > Desktop User Guide
> > Administration Guide
> I think Desktop User Guide is more important because it's focused on
> end users, that need more help and instructions than system
As the lead writer of the Desktop User Guide, I definitely agree. :-)
Seriously, there are people actively working on the Administration
Guide. The DUG could definitely use some more attention.
What section would you like to work on?
Any contribution you make would be appreciated.
Is the DUG outline useful or should I refine it a bit more?
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Volunteer, Fedora Docs Project
Sorry for the delay in replay, work was... Work! I'll take a look at the
docs in the am and see where I can start. I take it we can just start at
one end and work our way through?
I did notice we have a quick start guide as well. Is the a plan to
combine these? Seems to me it would be easier to maintain:
* Release notes
* Install Guide
* Fedora Users Guide
* Fedora Administration Guide
Especially if we want to target for packaging in F9. To update and
complete these guides will take a good chunk a dedication over the next
5 months to revise and complete before F9.
Sorry for (probably) over stating the obvious.
Mike "Ditt" Dittmeier, RHCE
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