jmbabich at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 14:26:05 UTC 2007
On Dec 12, 2007 4:57 PM, Karl Larsen <k5di at zianet.com> wrote:
> I am so new to Help I had no idea what a Dug was. This message let
> me figure out it is the Desktop User Guide. Before that I had no idea.
> Now at least I can get to the Dug and comment on it.
> I like all the Help that is on the computer. I dislike Help that
> causes the web browser to be sent to a particular web page. The Help
> you need may include how to get ON the Internet :-)
> You need to know it exists to find Dug. It is sort of a Gnome Help.
> What about the guys using KDE?
> In any case it appears I have some reading ahead to learn what
> exists now.
First of all, welcome to the Fedora Docs Project.
I am the lead writer for the Desktop User Guide (DUG) and am delighted
with the renewed interest in getting the DUG up-to-date and complete
for Fedora 8.
Here are links to the mailing list where I try to explain what's going
on with the DUG. The second one is probably more useful.
A good way to get up-to-speed with what's happening around the Fedora
Project, including the Documentation Project, is the Fedora Weekly
News (FWN). You can always see the most current edition at:
Don't worry if you can't make heads nor tails of some of the articles
in the FWN - neither can I. The important thing is to get a sense of
what the priorities are at the moment. One of the priorities for the
Docs Project right now is to finish up the DUG so we can publish it
before the release of Fedora 9.
I hope that helps.
Lead writer, Fedora Desktop User Guide
Volunteer, Fedora Project
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