On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 03:43:20AM +0900, RyōTa SimaMoto wrote:
> 2012/8/27, Marco Ciampa <ciam...@libero.it>:
> > On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 12:44:59AM +0900, RyōTa SimaMoto wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I think it would be better for us to have a shared TODO list for
> >> completing and keeping updated the GIMP documentation.
> >> Here are known issues:
> >> At http://wiki.gimp.org/, are there any pages for the documentation
> >> team? I will read them first if they exist.
> > RyōTa is right, we need a wiki and need it badly.
> > - We used to have a space for describe how to build a gimp help
> > compilation environment in various platform.
> > - We need some sort of (simple!) way to organize our work, IMHO a
> > simple table could go with:
> > problem | who work on it | time (planned)
> I agree. Almost management knowledge of documents in Docbook or
> Mallard are common in gnome projects and should go to
> live.gnome.org, but to store project specific notes and logs of
> GIMP Documentation Team, wiki.gimp.org must be suitable.
> Several months ago before October of the last year, I sent a mail
> to this list that suggests to add a page about directory location
> and usage in most popular platforms. Though it was not responded
> and unfortunately all letters including my mail are not stored in
> the archive of the current mailing-list server, I do still not
> disappointed because someone possibly might remembered it and has
> ideas about it. Like a collaboration chart as you illustrated,
> if we have conclusion sheet of discussion at ML, planning table,
> or priority ordered list, it will be also distinct what is going
> or rejected about such drafted proposals.
Please reply, RyōTa and I are still waiting (from august) yes or not
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