This message is sent to opensuse-doc(a)opensuse.org as well, I'll continue
to search Google to see if I can find something useful.
Adrian Schröter skrev:
> Am Monday 29 May 2006 10:03 schrieb Anders Norrbring:
>> I'm looking at posting a how-to at opensuse.org, but I'm kindof confused
>> by the site.. I can't find any way to upload my DocBook XML files, just
>> a web based section editing function..
>> Do I have to copy-and-paste all of it into that web based editor? Or can
>> I somehow use my XML files?
> The wiki remains to be a wiki ;)
> But we did plan to support also handbook style writings via doc.opensuse.org.
> You should get in contact via our doc writers, via opensuse-doc(a)opensuse.org
I have heard that a new community tutorials are planned for SUSE Linux.
I want to participate. Where can I find the links ?
Second topic - I would like to add some of community's how-to's &
Novell docs together - and have them installed *by default* on all new
SUSE Linux setups.
Is there any realistic way to merge docs?
Hi all !
I would like to learn more about Yast - both how it works internally -
and what configuration files each Yast module changes *and* how to
create Yast modules - that is - programming for Yast.
Unfortunately the *only* docs I were able to find about Yast - is the
FOSDEM 2006 videos + programmer's tutorial - while the material is of
high quality -- it's simply not enough to get started.
Where can I find some good Yast documentation or books ?