On Mon, 2010-06-14 at 23:37 +0200, Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
> Michael Schumacher skreiv:
> > On 14.06.2010 20:36, Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
> >> Yes, you are right. Even simpler as this help files is contributed in an
> >> installer (and are using the correct language code for "nn"). But these
> >> files too are outdated. (October the 1st 2009). Where do the average
> >> user find the updated files?
> > They find them in new installers created for newer releases of the GIMP
> > user manual. At the moment, 2.6.0 is the most current release available
> > from ftp://ftp.gimp.org/pub/gimp/help
> > If you want more up-to-date docs, make sure that there is a more
> > up-to-date release (FTP space should be less of an issue soon).
> > HTH,
> > Michael
> These files too are the same outdated ones. (October the 1st & 2nd 2009)
> So the question is: When will they be updated?
Just read the mail from Michael again. If you want your changes to be
turned into easily installable packages, then your team needs to make
releases more frequently. No-one is going to package the documentation
from a git snapshot. You need to decide when the git tree is in a good
shape and roll out a gimp-help release. Then the packagers will pick it
up and deliver it to the users.
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