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Re: FedoraXenQuickstartFC5

Noriko Mizumoto wrote:

Paul W. Frields wrote:
On Wed, 2006-05-31 at 09:35 -0500, Tommy Reynolds wrote:


Yes, the proper edicate here is to contact the document's "owner" as
listed in the "owners.list" that you can get by:

$ cvs co owners

(assuming that your CVSROOT is setup correctly)

For something as simple as a typo, you could possibly just fix it yourself
and send the author an email notification, but some authors may not be
that lenient. I'd check first, because that is the "one true way" around here.

Is that document on the wiki?  If so, and if Noriko has an account there
he could even fix the English.  I'm in agreement with his proposed edit,
FWIW. :-)

Hi Tommy and Paul

Thank you for your help!
This document is on the wiki, yes.
It seems I do not have an account yet.
I did try cvs co owners, and permission denied.

I am reading 'Sigining Up' of http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/NewWriters.
1. done... it was little long time ago, where did I store it???
2. done
3. done
4. struggling... as super beginner of gpg stuff :(

If I can successfully go through all the process, where can I find the document to touch?

For a suggestion, if I contact the owner directly and he/she make a change, how can other translators know the change applied?

Hi, I do not think most of wiki page have an original document. Some of wiki contents even develop from a mail sent to mailing lists. To track the change of the page, a translator should subscribe to the page, so they will be notified by a mail when there is any update. Diffs can be found from "Get Info".

Currently wiki translation is very messy state, but once CMS is introduced, the situation might improve.


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