On Mon, Sep 14, 2015, at 03:50 PM, Dave Barton wrote:
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From: Dave Boland
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2015 15:03:39 -0400
Soft felt tip pens are not so damaging :-))
Hey, there's an idea!
then you can add all the notes you want. Maybe you could even finish up
contributing your edits to the doc project. :) Yes?
Will definitely consider this.
In addition to the above, the main reason for the delay in docs for
version 5 is the tiny number of (overworked) people working on them.
Isn't that always the case? Speaking as an engineer, the documentation
is my version of latrine duty - no fun! It's like they used to say at
Charmin "No job is finished until the paper work is done"
have been very fortunate to have the "Base Handbook" for 5 near
completion, thanks to the German language project (mainly Robert
Großkopf), who not only created the original, but also did most of the
"heavy lifting" translating it into English.
The short answer to your question is that the 5 docs are not much more
that a dot on the horizon, so go with the 4.2 docs for now.
I'll give it a try - thanks!
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