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Hi, :-)

On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 17:05, Sophie Gautier <> wrote:
The readme is in the sources, and is built during the install process. So
what you need to do is :
- have the same page on the static site than the one in the version,
- work in the wiki for the next version and get the documentation members
updating it according to the developers info
- then open an issue with the content when it's ready (at feature freeze) so
that it could be updated in the sources of the product
- inform the l10n team so that we are sure it passes through the
localization process before beta time.

OK, Sophie, I've bookmarked this for future organization within the
docs team's and website team's responsibilities before new releases...

David Nelson

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