Formal Fedora documentation is written by members of the Fedora Documentation Project as DocBook XML files that are then translated by members of the Fedora Localization Project and its individual language teams. The English XML files are transformed into portable object (PO) files and then translated into the many languages that the Fedora Localization Project supports.
One unfortunate side effect of this process is that because the XML files must be complete before translators start work on them, any list of contributors to a document necessarily omits any translators who have worked on the current version of the document. Any such list of translators can only include those who contributed as recently as the previous version.
Therefore, while Fedora 13 documentation itself only credits translators who worked on translating Fedora 12 documentation and before, this page acknowledges the hard and extremely valuable work that the Fedora Localization Project has done on Fedora 13 documentation. Translators credited here will also receive credit in the Fedora 14 versions of the documents.
- 1 Fedora 13 Accessibility Guide
- 2 Fedora 13 Deployment Guide
- 3 Fedora 13 Installation Guide
- 4 Fedora 13 Installation Quick Start Guide
- 5 Fedora 13 Live Images
- 6 Fedora 13 Making Fedora Discs
- 7 Fedora 13 Release Notes
- 8 Fedora 13 Security Guide
- 9 Fedora 13 Security-Enhanced Linux User Guide
- 10 Fedora 13 Technical Notes
- 11 Fedora 13 User Guide
- 12 Fedora 13 Virtualization Guide
- 13 Fedora 13 Wireless Guide
- 14 SELinux Managing Confined Services Guide