Getting Started with Ubuntu 10.04 released

Zainul Franciscus zainul.franciscus at
Mon May 3 09:09:57 BST 2010

Hi Benjamin,

I would like to congratulate the documentation team on this achievement. 
I have been blogging about Ubuntu Productivity Tips in my blog and 
contributing to the community help wiki 
page( I will be showing the 
documentation my support by broadcasting this documentation through my 
social networking site, including my blog.

Zainul Franciscus

On 29/04/10 12:13, Benjamin Humphrey wrote:
> Full article here: 
> The Ubuntu Manual Team <> are proud to 
> announce the release of Getting Started with Ubuntu 10.04, a 
> comprehensive beginner's guide designed for the Ubuntu operating 
> system. It is written under an open source license and is free for you 
> to download, read, modify, and share. This manual will help you become 
> familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to 
> music, and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy-to-follow 
> instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience.
> Features
> Easy to understand - our manual has step by step instructions and is 
> jargon-free
> A picture is worth a thousand words - lots of screenshots to show you 
> how to do tasks
> All in one place - conveniently located in one file, so you don’t have 
> to look all over the web for help
> Progressive learning curve - start with the basics, and learn as you 
> work through each chapter
> Dozens of languages - translated into more than 50 languages, 
> including localized screenshots
> CC-BY-SA licensing - download, modify, reproduce and share as much as 
> you like
> No cost - our documents are all written by Ubuntu community members 
> and there is no charge to use them
> Printer friendly - we have a version optimized for printing to save 
> the trees
> Troubleshooting section - to help you solve common Ubuntu problems quickly
> You can download the manual for free as a PDF, or buy a printed copy 
> through Lulu. All of the relevant information is on our website, 
> Don't forget to check out our plans for Maverick:
> -- 
> Benjamin Humphrey
> Ubuntu Manual Team Lead
> Dunedin, New Zealand
> <>

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