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Re: Fedora Guide to Useful Linux Documentation



Sven-Thorsten Fahrbach wrote:
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Hi all

Being a new Documentation Project member and eager to get started I
browsed through the Wiki and discovered the DocIdeas page
(http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/DocIdeas).
The proposal for the "Guide to Useful Linux Documentation" (suggested
by Karsten Wade) seems to have no editor assigned to it yet and it's
something I feel able to get started with. I'm a bit insecure yet,
though. How sophisticated does a first draft of such a guide have to
be? Is a single, well-formatted page with links to TLDP (and possibly
other useful resources), sorted into different categories, enough for
a start?
And, finally, how can I get the page assigned to me? Is it okay to
just start writing?

Thanks for your help. :)

Yes. It is perfectly fine to just start writing and not worry about the details just yet.

Rahul


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