Rebooting the FAQ articles

Sean Davis smd.seandavis at
Sun Apr 26 01:18:57 UTC 2015

I'm in favor of this idea, and would not mind authoring at least a few
articles.  I could also author some pieces on getting started with Xubuntu
and Xfce development.

On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 7:03 PM Pasi Lallinaho <pasi at>

> Hello everybody,
> I've lately thought improving our documentation for end-users and
> developers alike quite a bit. One part of this is improving the
> documentation for the support people that do their work on the IRC
> channel, mailing list and everywhere  else. One of the ways to do this
> would be to refresh/append to our FAQ articles on the website.
> One of the ideas is to write a "Back to Basics" serie (courtesy of
> Unit193). I think it's a great idea, both because it would allow us to
> redo some of the most common questions already done (with updated
> answers where appropriate) and that it wouldn't really need to be
> release-specific.
> This serie could have articles like:
>   - (Meta, community-related) Support length, updates and upgrades
>   - Xfce
>   - Multimedia
>   - Hardware
>   - etc.
> Whether it is realistic to do this serie comes down to community
> involvement, thus:
>   - Would you be willing to (help) write some of these articles?
>   - What (other) areas do you think we should cover?
> Discuss; all ideas are welcome.
> Cheers,
> Pasi
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