On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 07:40:14PM +0200, Sven Neumann wrote: > I don't really care. I just wanted to be sure that you considered using > these tools. If you dislike them and decided to go for a different > solution, I'm fine with that. I think, that Daniel Egger and Mel Boyce setup the newer gimp-help-2 module. For this reason, i think that Daniel know exactly what he is doing, to get a good documentation done. I can currently agree with him. If i understand you right, you just wanted to take care, that no one invest time to get a new documentation done which is completly useless. So, we're on a good way to get a "basic" documentation done, which is useable for the Prerelease of the GIMP 2.0. Iam looking forward to get this done and hope, that more contributors join us, when a site is up ...
> > - a webpage where we can upload the current cvs for the online user > > > > - a status page > > > > - a contributing page, where everyone can get involved > > That's exactly what I was trying to say. I was asked today on #gimp how > to contribute to gimp-help and I wasn't sure what to respond. A web-page > to refer people to would certainly help a lot. I'll setup up some pages for the module, but where can i upload these pages? A good way to update the status of the docs is an account, where i can sync my help and the help docs on the server. If it isn't possible to upload these pages to the current website yet, i'll create a "temporary" location for the these docs. This isn't the best way, because "temporary" means difficult for the users and upcoming contributors. I uploaded docs of the gimp-help-2 module on a university server, since we might get a section on the gimp page. http://www.kuhcampus.de/~roman/gimp-help-2/ Maybe one of the GIMP Website Team can help me? Greetings, -- Roman Joost www: http://www.romanofski.de email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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