Where to put your "suggestions"

hollunder at gmx.at hollunder at gmx.at
Wed Jan 30 00:34:53 GMT 2008

On Tue, 29 Jan 2008 17:03:29 -0500
"Cory K." <coryisatm at nc.rr.com> wrote:

> Try telling that to most. We get bitched at so much about it. We don't
> have time to do it all but would love to. :P I LOVE writing
> personally. I do all our wiki work.

Well, I don't like writing that much, but as you know I'm often on IRC,
so writing stuff once properly would at some point be less work than
writing it over and over again on IRC.

I think the link to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio
could need an overhaul and be easier to find on the main page, and
maybe 'invite' users a bit more to participate.
I just saw that you already did something similar to what I suggested
for applications.
Still, if I'd start to do the documentation in the way similar to what
I thought of I wouldn't know where to integrate/link it. Guess I should
talk to the documentation teamleader (does he have a team?) once I get
some more time (it's exam time right now).

> > Yeah, it looks like
> > ithttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio really needs a
> > little flame, let's see how long it lasts.
> >
> > Best regards
> > 	Philipp
> >   
> I suspect not long. People like to argue but rarely step up to do
> anything. Sad fact. People just don't like to hear it and I don't mind
> saying it. Oh well.

Yep, people should start to see how it is.
Community is not much more than a buzzword IMHO, and ubuntu's community
only works because there are a few people among the many who actually
get involved and do something for whatever reason.
A good example is the German ubuntu forum, there's a single guy who
answers the majority of questions there (and probably also wrote a lot
of the very good documentation).

Hope I manage to move my lazy ass soonish,
best regards

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