I am updating the Impress guide to 7.0 and have used the previous version
as a base. However, many chapters need a rewrite because the standard of
document is very poor.
I would not recommend working on the older versions of user guides. Some
of them could prove to be very costly in time to make them look good.
On 11 Nov 2020, at 14:09, Steve Fanning <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Some who have been involved longer than me might have some other
thoughts but :
(1) I would not want to go back and update old books.
(2) If any errors are identified with the latest published version then
I would be in favour of fixing the problems and re-publishing as promptly
as is practical. But as ever, this depends on the availability of
volunteers to do the work.
On 11/11/2020 00:53, Felipe Viggiano wrote:
We often get e-mails giving suggestions on old published guides (version
6.2, 5.2, and so on).
How do we handle these? Do we update those books or do we wait for the
version to come out?
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