Do not delete the draft. You can move it to the Archive folder. If you
rename your reviewed copy, as you should, the two copies will not be
DO NOT edit chapters in NextCloud. Download, edit, change filename, upload
I recommend that you read the other chapters to learn the proper process.
On Sat, 30 May 2020 at 13:01 Jenna Sargent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I've reviewed Chapter 1 of the Contributors' Guide and placed it in the
Once something is in the feedback folder, should I delete it from the
drafts folder so there isn't a duplicate? I wasn't sure so I just left the
original copy there. Also I downloaded the file and reuploaded it after
edits were done, but saw there was the ability to track changes within
NextCloud. What is the preferred method?
As you can probably tell by all my questions, this was my first time
reviewing anything LibreOffice-related. If I've missed any part of the
normal review process, please let me know! I think I've got all the steps
down, but just want to be sure.
On Fri, May 29, 2020 at 8:16 PM Jean Weber <email@example.com> wrote:
All chapters of the first draft of the updated Contributors' Guide are
available on both the wiki and NextCloud, ready for review.
There are some minor differences in the two versions, due to
differences in ODT and wiki presentation.
I am sure I have missed some updates or made other errors and omissions.
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