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Re: Documentation


Would it make sense to use (with permission) Xubuntu's documentation modified for UG? WebHTTrack Website Copier can do the trick.

On 2014-10-16 10:26 AM, Ali/amjjawad wrote:
Hi everyone,


I haven't noticed that except today. Despite the great efforts we have put all together into Ubuntu GNOME for 2 cycles for 12 months or so, we are still far behind others like Xubuntu. Yes, Xubuntu is older than Ubuntu GNOME as a project and community but that should not stop us to go the extra miles and that should not be a reason to remain behind ...

That said, I am very interested to have something similar. After lots of efforts and time to build Ubuntu GNOME Wiki area from scratch, I must say that I am personally not happy with that I have personally achieved and I feel we as a team must do more. Yes, we have achieved the first step, well done everyone but who said that is the end? that was only the beginning :)

Thus, this is the one and only high priority suggest - for now - that I'd like to bring to discussion for Ubuntu GNOME VV Cycle.

Remember, we are talking about 14.04 LTS .. NOT 14.10 nor 15.04 .. why? because these are 9 months releases only and the Wiki Area should be enough for that. Unless of course, you have a logical reason to suggest the otherwise.

So, what do you think? are we able to go for that? I am sure others can help us and I mean Ubuntu Wiki Team but we as Ubuntu GNOME community, are we able to do that?

Again, I am very interested but I will NOT do this alone .. we are a team and we should work as one :)


Sorry if there are some typos or funny words ... I am so sleepy ... it is 1:30AM now .. ZzZz

Best Regards,
amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
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