On 08/11/2011, at 4:04, David Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 12:24 PM, Jean Weber <email@example.com> wrote:
And I'm not sure who is in charge of the Help, but I don't think it's us.
Erm, actually, the devs do seem to think it is us, which I find fairly
logical. That's why they keep CC'ing me all bugs involving the
I guess we could currently consider me to be first custodian of
built-in help issues, although *anyone* is welcome to work on them.
I'll be happy to foster anyone wanting to tool up for the job.
Ah, OK. That brings us back to the original question: where are the Help source files? And related
questions about how/where/when to write/edit the Help. Is this work all tracked through the
issue/bug system? Devs say "here is a new or changed function or dialog box which needs Help
I'd like to add something, even if (at this point) brief and general, to the Documentation
Contributors Guide. I know little or nothing about it, but I do recall discussion at several times
over the past year. And i know that, because the Help is shipped as part of the product, it's
handled differently from the user guides and other docs we deal with here.
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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] LibO Documentation · David Nelson
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