On Thu, 2007-12-20 at 12:37 -0800, JC Dill wrote:
> Gimp was (the last time I used it) very poorly documented.
> It is very important to document not just new features but also anytime
> you change how a feature works - such as this alt-key issue.
I don't think a user manual of more than 500 pages counts as very poorly
documented. Yes, documentation is considered very important.
Unfortunately it is not enough to put it high on the priority list,
there also need to be individuals that are willing to contribute.
Fortunately we have a small but very active group of volunteers working
on the documentation. But they could certainly need more help. There is
still a lot to be done to bring the user manual up-to-date for 2.4. If
you want to help, please go to http://docs.gimp.org/ and check the
paragraph at the bottom.
(And now I am sure you are going to tell us once more how Firefox does
this a lot better...)
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