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Re: Saucy Salamander


Hello Craig,
Welcome to the Ubuntu Manual Project! We are always in need of new authors and editors, so we are very glad you want to become a contributor. Patrick has already answered your email, but here is some additional information. Ideally, we want each chapter to have at least one author and one editor. Huge chapters, like the Ubuntu Desktop and Working with Ubuntu are divided into sections which each should have an author/editor pair too.
On this spreadsheet (1) you can see how it works.
Now as for Saucy, we will start as soon as possible; you will be informed through this mailing list.
Welcome aboard.
(1) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ApS28NMLnYJXdGd1LVl5X2hvNkg2SEZiVzZ2RnYtWHc#gid=0

Op 29-04-13 02:09, Craig Hrabal schreef:
Hi, my name is Craig, and I have been obsessed with Ubuntu and GNU/Linux for about a year and a half. In that time, I've spent most of my free hours testing development releases of Ubuntu. Though running test-cases and fixing an occasional bug or two can be rather stimulating, I want to commit myself this cycle to having a very active role in the Ubuntu Manual. Though the Ubuntu Manual is always amazing, I think that it also suffers from lack of contributors at times. I'd like to assist in authoring and editing for this current cycle.

When will work begin on the manual for the current cycle, and what areas of documentation need the most work? I am willing to assist in any way possible. I have read the documentation at www.ubuntu-manual.org; I am familiar with bzr and launchpad, so I'm interested in when work should start for the saucy manual.

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