On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 07:14, Patrick Carbone
Thank you Jean! What is the right way to get into the draft versions of
the documentation? I can find the published versions in a lot of places,
but I must be passing over the links where I can work on or edit anything
Drafts are on the LibreOffice Alfresco site,
I have just now set up your account and sent you a private email with
your login info.
Please let us know what chapter you would like to start with. See my
reply a few minutes ago to Emma (part of the thread quoted below) for
some suggestions, or feel free to pick anything that interests you and
is not already being worked on. See also my note in reply to you,
posted a bit after the one quoted below (which was actually a reply to
Emma, but I didn't identify her by name).
Or do I just begin writing and submit it back? I found various wish list
parts like this link, just not where I can see what's already been
developed or where to add things.
Sorry for the newb questions! -)
On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 4:04 PM, Jean Weber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Excellent! And thank you. May I suggest you start with Chapter 12,
Creating Web Pages, in the Getting Started Guide. I have not
identified any additions or changes needed to the text, but I often
miss small things, so it needs to be checked against v3.4.4 and have
some other work done, as listed at the top of the section on Getting
Started on this wiki page:
Or you might prefer to do either Chapter 11 (Graphics), which needs to
have a picture replaced (use the one in the Writer Guide chapter on
graphics) or Chapter 14 (Customizing), which need a bit of writing --
as well as everything else, in both cases.
On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 06:47, emma lauder <email@example.com>
I'd be glad to. I'm an admittedly wary newbie and a project like this
sounds like a great place to start.
On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 1:34 AM, Jean Weber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A bunch of new people have joined recently. That's great. Some of you
are working on chapters. That's even better, and I thank you!
But there are still a lot of chapters to work on. Most of them don't
require much in the way of writing, so they would be good for
newcomers who don't feel comfortable (yet) with writing new things.
But they do require some meticulous paying attention to detail when
reviewing. Surely someone else can step forward to help?