On Thu, 2005-08-18 at 17:14 -0400, Mark Johnson wrote:
Karsten Wade wrote:
> One thing we lack is a list of what to write for new authors. I'd like
> to fix that.
> Look at:
> * What other distros are doing
For debian, browse this directory:
or, for an html version, as well as a more complete list of FAQs,
HOWTOs, & shorter documents, see this page:
Also, the Debian Documentation Project (DDP) policy is here:
Y'all can decide whether these links merit inclusion on the wiki page...
I've poked through these, and these ideas look applicable to us:
- Reporting Bugs (it would be nice to have a short walkthrough that we
could link to, there's currently a mostly empty Wiki page for this:
- "Command-line survival kit". Basically a list of common tasks and
which commands to use to get things done. Bits of sections 3-5:
They have a fair amount on the mechanics of how the distribution is run,
and what packagers should know, which are areas where we are perhaps
Their user manuals are less impressive (IMO), as they seem to overlap
with each other, and with TLDP docs - references for using the
command-line, and short pieces on configuring network services.
Fedora Documentation Project: http://fedora.redhat.com/projects/docs/
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