Documentation rewriting, reviewing and converting schedule (Music)
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Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2012 10:39:37 +0300
From: Pasi Lallinaho <email@example.com>
To: Xubuntu Development Discussion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Documentation rewriting, reviewing and converting schedule
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Hello Xubuntu documentation folks,
it's time to start looking when, and how, we should get the
documentation rewrite finished.
The new documentation should be uploaded on September 20, when the
DocStringFreeze will become effective. We need to convert the
documentation to DocBook before that, and things should start to be in
place a week before the string freeze, on September 13. Small changes
can take place after that, but it's not encouraged.
Where does this leave us?
Practically, we have a week and two days to get the rewriting and
reviewing done. We originally thought we'd take a week to review the
refreshed documentation, but I'm not sure if that's completely
realistic. At this time, we should go into multitasking mode.
1) Continue to work on the rewrites where you see fit
2) If you think a whole section, or a subpage, is ready to be published,
please announce it on this email list
3) When somebody sends a page up to review, review it
* * ** If you think the page is OK to be published and it's technically
correct (covers the correct applications etc.) with no or just grammar
fixes, reply to the mailing list and tell you think it's good to go.
Either me or Elizabeth will eventually "check out" the sections.
* * ** If you think it's not OK to be published, please try to improve
it. If you improve it to the point that you think it's OK to be
published, please reply to the mailing list and tell you changed it, and
it's again up for final review. If you can't improve it yourself, reply
to the mailing list and tell you think it still needs some work (and
point to which areas need that, or if it's the whole page).
* * ** Please respect others' edits, so don't go changing things back
and forth. On the other hand, don't take it seriously that somebody
edited your beloved way of saying things. If you need dispute
resolution, first try solving it yourself; refrain from editing the
page. If that doesn't help, contact me or Elizabeth to ask for advice.
4) Those who were willing to work on DocBook, again, contact me via IRC
(knome@freenode). I've started the conversion already, and as soon as
new sections/subpages are checked out, I will convert them to DocBook. A
rule of thumb: DON'T TOUCH THE CHECKED OUT PAGES. I will be subscribed
to the checked out sections on the wiki to see if we need to commit
changes to DocBook too, but please don't touch them unless you really
need to. If possible, ask me first.
Optimistically, I hope we will have anything under review (undergone
steps 1&2) before this Sunday.
I will get back to you later.
Pasi Lallinaho (knome) * * * * * * * * * * *? http://open.knome.fi/
Leader of Shimmer Project and Xubuntu * * * ? http://shimmerproject.org/
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