Harnassing the Gnome User Guide for our document

Corey Burger corey.burger at gmail.com
Wed Jun 29 01:48:43 UTC 2005

On 6/28/05, matthew.east.ubuntu at breathe.com
<matthew.east.ubuntu at breathe.com> wrote:
> Guys and gals,
> The Gnome user guide is awesome stuff: if we can harnass it and bring the
> relevant bits (almost all of it) into our Userguide, we will go along way
> towards getting that document into shape for breezy. Obviously, not all of
> it will be relevant, and it may not cover the whole scope of the Ubuntu
> Userguide, but for things like "how to write cd's", "how to deal with
> panels, menus etc" it will be really helpful IMO, as long as care is taken
> that it is up to date with the current Gnome release.
> The people taking charge of the userguide (Squinn and JonA are you still
> doing this?) should take note of this document I think. Whenever I work on
> the userguide I will be lifting sections out.
> Matt

Another note about the Gnome User guide and gnome docs in general is
that they are in terrible shape and basically have no maintainer
currently. If we can "adopt" them, as a team, that would probably make
Gnome extremely happy.


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