Xubuntu draft documentation - please help review

George Brooke solar.george at googlemail.com
Sun Mar 2 21:50:34 UTC 2008


I haven't had a chance to have much of a look at  them yet but my first
impression is that the numbering is a little inconsistent and that
maybe the section about migrating from windows should go near to the
top. Sorry if I sound negative, what little of the documentation I've
read is great but these things strike me from a quick glance through.


On Sun, 2 Mar 2008 15:35:11 -0600
"Jim Campbell" <jwcampbell at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I've been making some good progress on the Xubuntu documentation for
> the Hardy release, but there are still some areas that require work.
> With that in mind, I wanted to put a note out to the community to
> leverage your help in advance of string freeze on March 20th.
> A draft copy of the documentation is available online at:
> http://doc.ubuntu.com/xubuntu
> Known issues:
> - I've added a new section about installing desktop themes, but that
> is still a little rough.  The portion about installing icon themes
> will require more work, too.  Suggestions are welcome, though.
> - Please note, that some of the internal links - pointing to the
> add-applications portions in particular - aren't working.  I'm going
> to fix those.
> - I haven't written any documentation about "OnBoard"
> How can you help then?
> - Are there any topics that aren't covered that you would like
> included?  (I ask that, but I think I'd prefer to have Compiz-fusion
> docs included on a wiki... other topics are definitely welcome.)
> - Is the "printing" section accurate? (I haven't had a chance to look
> at that very much yet.)
> - Any other suggestions, whatever they may be...
> Bugs can be reported against the ubuntu-doc package in launchpad
> [1].  Just be sure to reference xubuntu-docs in the bug report.
> If you have any questions about this, please let me know.  Even a
> little help would be welcome.
> Thanks, everyone,
> Jim
> [1] https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-doc/+filebug

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