A challenge for to the users
On Wednesday, November 17, 2010 12:02:05 am David Wonderly wrote:
> Hey guys,
> As I skim through here I see LOADS of great exchanges of information. I
> also see a lot of people spending the time to talk through things. Here is
> what I am kinda looking for. If you have ever wanted to get more involved
> helping Kubuntu build and better itself I have a challenge for you all.
> I am looking for some help in building not only our system docs but, also
> putting together a help.kubuntu.org website. If you would like to help
> write simple how-to pages much in the same way you help people in here
> please contact me and I will help you get started and point you in the
> right direction.
> Also, if you enjoy the more in depth programming side of things in Qt or
> for Kubuntu in general and would like to volunteer for some projects for
> the upcoming 11.04 Natty Narwhal release please contact me and I will put
> you in contact with one of our developers that are looking to teach and
> train people in the art of Kubuntu.
> There is a third part to this as well. I am looking to reach Kubuntu Users
> in LoCos so that we may build Kubuntu ideas, projects and things to do
> within the LoCos to help us Kubuntu and KDE users feel more involved with
> projects going on.
> If any of these things interest you please reply to this and contact me. I
> am looking forward to working with many of you in the weeks and months to
> Dave Wonderly
> DarkwingDuck in #kubuntu on chat.freenode.net
I am all for help.kubuntu.org ! I already do some wiki work at times, but to
be honest is quite cumbersome for me both in terms of creating/editing and
finding useful info. Would it be a drupal type of site (ie easier to create and
edit)? Still, even if it is a separate wiki, it would presumably have a more
set focus. Either way I think it would encourage more user input.
(claydoh on freenode)
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