Re: [Firebird-docs] Hello from Seattle, WA

2016-03-19 Thread Köditz , Martin
Hello James, nice to see other people who want to join the project team. First of all please have a look in the Firebird Docwriting guide available on the web site. I'm sure you can assist the editors by reviewing some chapters of the "Firebird Language Reference 2.5 (English) Beta 1". Also

Re: [Firebird-docs] Hello from Seattle, WA

2016-03-19 Thread Mark Rotteveel
On 2016-03-18 8:14, Köditz wrote: > Hello James, > > nice to see other people who want to join the project team. Indeed! Welcome James. > First of all please have a look in the Firebird Docwriting guide > available on the web site. I'm sure you can assist the editors by > reviewing some chapters

Re: [Firebird-docs] Hello from Seattle, WA

2016-03-19 Thread Paul Vinkenoog
Hello James, > My name is James Traub and I would like to volunteer as a documentation > reviewer, editor, and writer. I currently live in Seattle, Washington and > work for GE Healthcare in a software technical support role. I was a > full-time SQL Server database administrator for about 4

[Firebird-docs] LangRef 2.5beta1 - a few suggestions /2

2016-03-19 Thread Aage Johansen
P.37 Common Language Elements "This chapter covers the elements that are common throughout the implementation of the SQL language — the expressions that are used to extract and operate on facts from data and the predicates that test the truth of