Pidgin Manual proposal - need some feedback
ananda.samaddar at gmx.co.uk
Sun Jun 1 16:55:23 EDT 2008
Dennis 'EvilDennisR' Ristuccia wrote:
O.o support, so that sounds good enough for me.
>> > I think a better question to ask would be, does anyone have any
>> > information as to why we /shouldn't/ use lyx?
I didn't realise, that Docbook, which was suggested on this list, is
actually supported by LyX. It's win-win situation.
> Thats fine, I can do the screenshots.
Good that's a relief.
> Anyone have any suggestions for version control for this? Pidgin's
> existing mtn tree maybe? Seems like this is a different entity than
> source code, maybe its own tree?
> As far as hosting, I think it would be better to get this "off the
> ground" so to speak before we put anything on pidgins web site. I'm sure
> once we get the ball rolling and have some content we would be able to
> put it up on pidgins site no problem.
> I can demo-host this stuff on one of my machines until its time to move
> it to the live site.
Great, I've got an e-mail public key (all messages from this address are
signed) and I use OTR messaging if you need to send me any usernames /
passwords. I've got IM accounts with MSN, Google Talk and Yahoo.
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