Elements of Style and the documentation-guide

Rahul Sundaram rahulsundaram at yahoo.co.in
Wed Jun 23 18:30:09 UTC 2004


> I realize that "public domain" != "FDL," and
> therefore am wondering if
> anyone out there has sufficient expertise to address
> the extent to which
> EoS might be included in the documentation-guide. It
> would be a handy
> reference for contributors, so they might acquaint
> themselves with the
> way to write concisely before beginning a tutorial
> from scratch. It also
> would help editors (myself included) to make the
> right changes when
> presented with documentation that has been tortured
> and abused before a
> handoff. :-)

I believe that public domain stuff certainly can be
included as fdl'ed content in fedora but more i think
it would be more appropriate if you do this and try to
get this into the tldp collection(discuss at en.tldp.org)
or somewhere more generic. It would be more useful to
many others outside fedora too
Rahul Sundaram 

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