Some questions from a newbie

Jim Campbell jwcampbell at
Thu Oct 22 02:27:06 UTC 2009

Hi Zainul,

On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 11:23 AM, Zainul Franciscus
<zainul_irfandhy at> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have been using Ubuntu for around a year now. I find that Ubuntu is an
> amazing OS. It is stable, fast, and provide a wider source of great
> application that helps me in my day-to-day life.I have been collecting some
> amazing tips and how-to around the web around Ubuntu and software in general
> and I would like to share them. I would like to ask the members of this
> mailing list what is best way to do this. Is there a specific Ubuntu wiki
> page where I can post my articles ? Or is this something that is totally not
> appropriate in the Documentation Team/
> Cheers,
> Zainul Franciscus

I'm glad you like using Ubuntu and are thinking of contributing to the
documentation team.  :-)

Two of the biggest areas that we work on in the documentation team are
the system documentation (which can be seen at, or on
your computer by pressing F1) and the community help wiki, .

The community help wiki sounds like it might be something that you'd
want to help out with, but have you also thought about contributing to
the Beginners Team ( )?  That
might be an option, too.

If you want to contribute to the docs . . . most people tend to pick a
certain area that they really know a lot about, or want to learn more
about (e.g., documenting tasks relating to music, videos, and photos).

I hope this helps . . . and welcome!


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