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Re: [opensuse-doc] LfL: HTML Version Available
  • From: Thomas Schraitle <thomas.schraitle@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2006 16:05:46 +0100
  • Message-id: <200612301605.46985.thomas.schraitle@xxxxxxx>
Hi jdd,

On Saturday 30 December 2006 12:44, jdd wrote:
> Rebecca Walter wrote:
> > I didn't get around to adding the tester job. But it is very needed.
> > There are two easy ways you can do this:
> >
> > 1) E-mail the author. If I remember correctly, the USB one is Tom's
> > so you can e-mail toms@xxxxxxx
> my subject, here is casual user, as most reader will be.
> There is a need of some sort of comment writing without
> having to subscribe (no more than on the openSUSE wiki).

That's a good question. Would it help to create a Wiki page to write quick
comments, suggestions, wishes, etc.? This can then be edited from time to
time to remove old entries.

> usually there are two kind of concern for the user: "is this
> problem already known?",

You can write and ask on this mailinglist. :)

> "can I drop the comment in a matter
> of minutes", and the fear of disturbing the author unusefully.

Again, you can always ask on this mailinglist or ask the author(s)
directly. From my experience authors would *love* to get mails that at
least someone has read their text. :)

> I know (as a LDP author) that books are not reviewed very
> often and a mail can be lost on the way :-(

Right, but you can always write to opensuse-doc. The mails are archived,
nothing is lost. :)

> I don't know how wikibooks handle the thing:

From my perspective, the problems are still the same, be it with Wiki or
with DocBook XML. If you want to write good texts (who don't want this?)
your text will have to go through several steps: Writing, proofreading,
testing, commenting, translating etc. needs time and energy. I don't want
to go into the details of comparing Wiki with DocBook but the tasks are
roughly the same.


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