Re: cvs commit to ddp/manuals.sgml/securing-howto by jfs
Larry Holish wrote:
I join Larry in that interest. I've been running Debian software since
last fall and GNU/Linux distros since 1995, and UNIX systems since 1982.
I do a lot of technical writing and documentation, and I'd be delighted
to help out in this effort, proof reading, contributing, or whatever
else may be needed. But I could use some suggestions on where to look
and what to do to get started. In terms of the project itself, I am a
newbie. I did, however, attend this summer's Debconf2 in Toronto, so I
have a few ideas... even so, I could use some help and guidance on how I
can dig in and how I can best be of help in this kind of endeavor.
On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 10:35:50AM +0200, Javier Fern?ndez-Sanguino Pe?a wrote:
On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 02:03:17AM -0600, Debian Doc Project CVS Master wrote:
time: Mon Sep 2 02:03:17 MDT 2002
BTW. I will soon ask for reviewers/proof readers since I would like to
finish off the document soon (remove all FIXMEs and clear most TODOs). Is anyone
Since I have written quite a lot during vacation proof reading would be
appreciated (probably many typos out there...)
Yes, I'm interested, but I'm new to this list (and effort). I have
been a Debian user since slink, and I wanted to give something back to
the project. I'm a native English speaker/writer and would like to
donate some time to improving our documentation. Proofreading seems
like a quick way to get started.
I have browsed through http://www.debian.org/doc/ddp, installed the sarge
version of debiandoc-sqml, and am reading it's documentation. What's
my next step?