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Re: [opensuse-doc] Re: Novell / opensuse documentatie vertalen
Hi Jos,

(removed my private address)

On Sunday 17 July 2011 Jos Poortvliet wrote:

I'm shamelessly replying to you sending this to the person whom I think
of when someone mentions openSUSE translations - Thomas Schraitle. I've
also CC'ed the opensuse-doc mailinglist (no idea if I'm subscribed or
what'll happen when I turn out not to be).

Thanks for the fame, but I'm not involved in translations at all. ;)
I think, Karl is the right person to ask (he reads opensuse-doc too) and he
does all the good things in and with translations.

So your question is: where is the source of the starters guide to
openSUSE 11.4 to be found? The original is still to be found on the
Novell site (soon to be the site).

The source code is not available from the Novell site; it contains only the
end product (read: HTML and PDF).

The sources can be found in our documentation SVN at BerliOS:

The project is hosted at BerliOS:

To create HTML or PDF, you need daps (Document Authoring and Publishing
Suite), the successor of susedoc. You can install it from OBS, repo

and I think you are looking for this:
However, I might be wrong (it's been noted to happen) and in that case,
I'm sure Thomas or some other openSUSE documentation Wichtl (?) will set
me straight.

The structure is still correct.

Hope I could clarify some questions. If you still have some questions, just
ask. :)

Thomas Schraitle

SUSE LINUX Products GmbH (o< Tel: +49-(0)911-740 53 131
Maxfeldstrasse 5 /\\ Documentation Specialist
90409 Nuernberg, Germany _\_v
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