How to contribute to documentation after 14.04 release

David Pires slickymaster at
Wed Apr 30 13:31:28 UTC 2014

On 30 April 2014 03:49, <xubuntu-devel-request at> wrote:
> From: Ted Cox <ted.m.cox at>
> To: xubuntu-devel at
> Subject: How to contribute to documentation after 14.04 release?
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> Now that 14.04 is released, what opportunities are available for helping
> out with documentation? I'd like to continue reviewing and editing the
> documentation but I'm not sure what's needed.

Hi Ted,

Thanks for being willing to contribute to Xubuntu. Every help is welcome,
be it proof-reading spelling and grammar, checking consistency of
formatting, checking consistency of language and style or writing glossary
entries and adding entries to the index.

Here are a few links to help you getting started:

If you have any doubts don't hesitate to ping me (my nick is slickymaster)
on our channel in freenode: #xubuntu-devel.
I'm always around, and if by any chance I'm unable to answer promptly I'll
sure do it as soon as I'll be able to.

Xubuntu Documentation Lead
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