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Christos Bacharakis <cmpahar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I read over the Linux Start Pack at
> This magazine is published by Linux Format.
What is a user guide? Maybe some docs putted and linked together in a form
which is more friendly with screenshots and tips?
I think there is a huge power at Docs and L10n project and the material is
really good. So, for start we can try to put together all the stuff and
reconfigure it (screenshots, tips) in a more "user friendly" way.
If we have good written, user friendly docs in many languages we don't have
to do something from scratch.
There is a big difference between a user guide for people new to Linux
and PCs, documentation for others
and a starter pack for migrating users from other OSs. As it is the
user guide has plenty of references to 'things in M$Windows'.
I think it will be a better idea to transfer those to a starter pack.
The user guide can then be used by people new to Linux and PCs
...or should we split the latter function as well?
> It would be large project but worthwhile for getting
> the word out about Fedora.
Small touches, small entries and the guide will be ready on a sec! :)
Many parts require modification. It is biased towards Gnome.
Member, Cal. Math. Soc
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