Den 01.05.2012 15:09, skreiv Marco Ciampa:
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 08:30:02AM +0200, Marco Ciampa wrote:
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 07:49:41AM +0200, Julien Hardelin wrote:
Le 29/04/2012 20:43, Marco Ciampa a écrit :
Reading the manual from the start, just after the intro, you see
What's New in GIMP 2.6?
Why do not clone it creating a new section
What's New in GIMP 2.8?
I think that this could be a good starting point:
Why you don't write it?
With your assistance, I can try to do it.
My english is poor.
My knowledge of docbook-xml is inexistant.
But I know these are excuses... I'll try.
If you don't mind I'll post here my doubts...
First of all, thanks for the encuraging messages I've received.
They warm my heart.
Here we are for the questions.
1) I found that simply modifying this file
is easier than I though
2) I was in doubt if it was better adding a new "What's new with GIMP 2.8"
leaving the old section renamed into "What was new with GIMP 2.6" but
maybe is an overkill...
Please _say_ what you _all_ think about it:
If the 2.6 documentation will be available in the future, there is no
reason to repeat it in the 2.8 version. In my opinion a "What's new in
2.8" chapter will be enough. Perhaps two new chapters in appendix A
instead: "What's new in 2.6?" and "What's new in 2.8?" would satisfy the
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