Re: Sophi's comment:
"Online help is what you find on the wiki help but also off line, maintained
by developers and l10n team."
I'm not disagreeing with the comment, but hoping to clarify something: In
thirty plus years, I encountered VERY FEW developers who could produce
useful "documentation." The mind-set is just different. What developers
produce (and should be required to if they don't) should be analogous to
"source code" that can be "compiled" by actual "technical writers" - i.e.
those with the appropriate mind-set. (Silly analogy, but hopefully useful)
Getting an explanation of relativity from Einstein himself might seem like a
good idea, but a "user" (however one cares to define such a creature) would
be better served by an explanation offered by an actual Writer who may not
be in the same league as AE technically, but understands the gist and has
the skills to present it. Good math teachers aren't necessarily good
mathematicians at all.
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