Right. I'll give it a more serious try. I shall begin with the Getting Start Gide for 4.0, then.
Keep you informed on the progress.
Thanks Marc :) Also many thanks to Joaquín and Virgil for experimenting and finding out how well
the theories work out in practice.
If anyone does have the time to take this forwards and create ePubs of the latest available
versions of any of the guides in
Then that might be really helpful. I think the Docs Team would want to have a quick prood-read
before getting them out there into ePub stores for as low price as reasonably possible and with
profits going back into the community.
There is no chance of getting paid for doing this work for the official guides just as almost all
of us don't get paid for trying to help people with specific issues on this mailing list but it's
good experience and often interesting to learn about these sorts of things. Also interesting how
it might take ages to do the first one but then gets faster and better quality each time.
Personally i'd really like to see the Base handbook as an ePub if anyone has time to try that as
the next experiment. Obviously the "Getting Started Guide" is always the most important to get out
Ok. Thanks for the extensive information on the three ways of exporting, Marc. Guess it kind of
solve the question started by Tom. I could try to export some of the manuals, if you people decide
it's worth it, but I can't devote too much time to it.
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