nixternal at ubuntu.com
Fri Nov 20 00:14:05 GMT 2009
On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 12:36:43PM -0800, Aaron Reichman wrote:
> I'm interested in helping with writing documentation. I don't have any
> experience with docbook but I run KDE from trunk and have a decent grasp of
> the English language. Is there an introductory document somewhere that
> explains how to get started?
Unfortunately the documentation for this part is rather outdated for the
most part, however, what I typically tell people to do for an introduction
is to download the documentation and take a look through it. In my honest
opinion, the markup and what not is fairly self explainable, and if it
isn't, don't hesitate to ask.
To check out our current documentation for the Lucid cycle, use Bazaar and
bzr branch lp:kubuntu-docs
^^ This is the definitive guide for DocBook v5.0. This has an explanation
of all of the DocBook tags.
Also check out https://wiki.kubuntu.org/DocumenationTeam for some further
explanation on some of our processes.
Name| Richard JOHNSON
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