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Re: Are Fedora docs readable?

On Tue, 2005-05-10 at 23:00 +0100, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Tue 10 May 2005 12:47, Karsten Wade wrote:
> > I do not see the word "document" in the title.  Aside from that, your
> > argument is specious.  This is open source software we are using, the
> > ultimate documentation is _always_ the source code.  Your inability to
> > understand it does not make it any less valid.  Sorry if that is harsh,
> > but it's a common truth.
> It's not particularly harsh, just silly.
> If someone googles for "Fedora tutorial" or whatever,
> and is directed to an unreadable article,
> with no instructions  as to how to make it readable,
> they will conclude that Fedora is for pointy-heads.

When you come up with the secret formula for controlling what Google
returns, let us know.  Otherwise, we can't be responsible for Google
finding an informal, alpha document for a version of Fedora Core we no
longer document.

- Karsten
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