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Re: The elementary documentation weekend!
I want to take the opportunity to remind everyone that we DO NOT need an extended customization guide. There are plenty of great articles and websites that cover these topics extensively.
When we're talking about user documentation, we want to show users how to do things. Most of the time this is stuff that is obvious to me and you like how to crop a photo or how to create an archive and email it to someone.
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On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 10:49 AM, Raphael Isemann <teemperor@xxxxxxxxx>
> Ladies and Gentlemen,
> If you haven't heard already, we are doing a documentation
> weekend/sprint from November 8th to November 10th.
> *What is the sprint/weekend about?*
> Write documentation about anything that is related to elementary! Here
> is an example of what we mean. We need both development
> documentation as well as user-oriented stuff.
> In fact, we hope that we can integrate a lot of the written stuff into
> the User Guide/Developer Section.
> *Who can attend?*
> *Need ideas?*
> See .
> *I have a new idea*
> If you found something else that you would like to have some
> documentation about, just add it to  (anyone can edit this
> *Do I need to use any special software?*
> You can use whatever you want. I recommend Google Docs and similar
> services but you can also just use a text editor and www.pastebin.com.
> Either way, just make sure that you add yourself to the document 
> or mail your entry to this thread in the mailing list.
> *Under what license am I supposed to release my documentation?*
> CC-BY, read this for more information:
> To license your work you need to add this note to the end of the
> document (see  for an example):
> This work is licensed under a CC-BY-license, for more information see
> It's important that you apply this license to your document so that we
> can integrate it into the User Guide, so please don't forget about it.
> *Any questions left?*
> You can reply to this email or you use IRC via our webchat (
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> Alternatively, you can ping me personally using my nickname teemperor
> (Munchor also enjoys being pinged all day long).
> -- Raphael "Teemperor" Isemann
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