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
1. done... it was little long time ago, where did I store it???
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?
Not good at techy side as typical woman ;P
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