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User Guide update



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In September 2008, Karsten wisely wrote in his new wiki stub for the
User Guide[1]:

    Each desktop application has integrated Help, so the scope of this
document may need to be considered carefully.

I feel like I've somewhat let this admonition go unattended since I've
been in charge of the User Guide. Would striking a lot of specific,
step-by-step tasks from the UG offend any previous content writers? Is
this the direction to go?

I would bring this up at a FDSCo meeting, but I've been unable to make
them lately. I'd appreciate some guidance on the list.

Cheers,
Matthew

[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User_Guide
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