Hi Robinson, all,
Le 03/12/2013 23:35, Robinson Tryon a écrit :
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 5:09 PM, Sophie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I wrote this help part and sent a mail to this list on August that more
information will be on the wiki and should be translated.
the message I sent is here
and the link to the issue inside.
Hmm... so is the plan to link to TDF wiki pages from our docs?
That was already in use with OOo help files, the idea is to keep the
help files light while providing more details or examples in the wiki.
If we do start to link to pages under Faq* as documentation, perhaps
we should establish some kind of template for those pages (e.g. "This
page is now in official docs...do not move or rename this page without
<going through some process>")
it is part of the overall Faq which is currently translated in English.
As I've mentioned previously, I think we should come up with an
overarching gameplan for all of our documentation, just so that users
and others who get confused easily (such as I) can keep track of it
this is more to discuss with Jean on the documentation project.
* It would be nice to use /FAQ instead (looks like something is
hard-coded there -- I pinged cloph about fixing it)
for French we use FAQ, but the English part was already using Faq, so I
just followed what was already in place.
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