New here wanting to help out
george.deka at gmail.com
Thu Nov 4 09:28:58 UTC 2004
Well before i was a KDE user, so GNOME to start off with may not be
the best. But firefox, synaptic (a bit), OOo, gaim. But i am more than
willing to tackle any GNOME documents.
I was wondering would it be good to have an doc on how to get the most
out of firefox, extensions and themes and even specify some
I heavily follow the mozilla community etc.
Thinking about it newbie docs may good for me considering i have only
been using linux for about 18 months.
I am definetly interested in joining.
On Thu, 04 Nov 2004 10:19:39 +0200, Sivan Green <sivan at piware.de> wrote:
> Hi George!
> On Thu, 2004-11-04 at 18:06 +1100, George Deka wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > My name is George Dekavalas, i come from Australia.
> > I have never really done any documentation work but i think that it
> > would be a good place for me to start to get involved.
> > But unfortunatly i will need a little guidance, i will try to make the
> > meeting tonight but dont count on it because its midnight here then.
> Not a problem. We are going to have a traffic summery of the meeting as
> well as the full transcript. If you want to start quick, I suggest to
> browse around the new wiki ( http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki ) or the
> old one which is now locked now and is not intended to be updated
> anymore ( http://wiki.ubuntulinux.org ).
> We've recently transited from a MoinMoin wiki to a new one, a ZWiki.
> However if you had any experience before with the simple yet powerful
> MoinMoin markup text, you can still use it - just make sure you choose
> "Save as MoinMoin markup" when modifying content.
> If you are a bit familiar with GNOME and it's surroundings (and even if
> not, the task might get you familiar with it) there an ongoing work item
> which involves the GNOME 2.8.1 user manual. We aim to modify the manual
> to suit Ubuntu's modified GNOME layout, some of the special Ubuntu
> quirks which are not available under stock GNOME, etc. I don't reckon
> much DocBook is needed for this job - it's an already written document.
> let me know if you're interested and I will mail back you some details.
> Either way, do what best suits you and gives you best fun :)
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