Talk:Docs/Drafts/KDEDesktopUserGuide/Aims

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(Have you seen the current version?)
 
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This is just a quick draft of what is intended to go into the document
 
This is just a quick draft of what is intended to go into the document
 
Any ideas welcome
 
Any ideas welcome
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The Docs/UserGuide that you reference is in the Archives since it is - as you mention - very old and out dated.
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The current version of the User Guide is found at http://docs.fedoraproject.org  in multiple formats and languages.
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The current document does include many KDE references - as equal coverage with other desktops as the volunteer editors are capable of managing.  If you care to contribute new sections, they will be most welcome. Any format - if you are not interested in learning a bit of xml/docbook/publican which is the format of the source in git, then just add the sections here as you have started and I will round up some help to get them into the source. Ask anyone in #fedora-docs for help.  [[User:Laubersm|Laubersm]] 02:14, 23 September 2010 (UTC)

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This is just a quick draft of what is intended to go into the document Any ideas welcome

The Docs/UserGuide that you reference is in the Archives since it is - as you mention - very old and out dated. The current version of the User Guide is found at http://docs.fedoraproject.org in multiple formats and languages. The current document does include many KDE references - as equal coverage with other desktops as the volunteer editors are capable of managing. If you care to contribute new sections, they will be most welcome. Any format - if you are not interested in learning a bit of xml/docbook/publican which is the format of the source in git, then just add the sections here as you have started and I will round up some help to get them into the source. Ask anyone in #fedora-docs for help. Laubersm 02:14, 23 September 2010 (UTC)