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Тема: Re: [Bzr-doc] Off to a flying start
Дата: Tue, 08 Dec 2009 11:56:56 +0200
От: Alexander Belchenko <bialix@xxxxxxx>
Кому: Ian Clatworthy <ian.clatworthy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Ian Clatworthy пишет:
It was only 3 weeks ago that we started the bzr-doc team and already the
impact has been huge. I had a look over the bugs tagged with 'doc' today
and the number is down from 55 to 35. Simply awesome! It's also really
exciting to see the Administrator's Guide taking shape.
For those who have been sending in patches, have you found the
experience a positive and rewarding one? Are there things we could do to
For those yet to send in patches, do you need more guidance on finding
things to work on or more help with the process? (There's certainly no
obligation to send in patches btw: I'm just keen to ensure that everyone
who wants to contribute is getting the help they need to do so.)
Looking forward, here are some of the things I'd like to see:
1. The glossary moved from the Wiki into our standard docs.
Several of the outstanding bugs basically ask for a certain terms
to be better explained. If we can get the glossary moved across,
we'll have a better place holding those definitions. We'll also be
able to add cross-references into the glossary from the rest of
I'd like to have a better glossary. Or maybe glossary "for dummies".
Some terms in the current glossary is very hard and definition more then
cryptic. Some terms have sense only for bzr experts IMO, so may be it
need to be a bit reduced.
2. More specialised tutorials. I'd like to see one oriented towards
website maintainers say. I think Emma had some great ideas along
these lines IIRC. Emma?
3. Break the User Reference into topics instead of one big doc.
Many places in the User Guide (say) link into the User Reference
so it would be good to get a better online structure for this
document agreed to and bedded down soon (so we can fix any broken
links well before 2.1 ships).
Does those things sound OK to everyone? If so, any volunteers to take
these tasks on?
May I also ask for a little help from anyone interested in QBzr: we need
some sort of short user guide for QBzr commands and dialogs. I'm not
sure yet what the format of such guide would be.