Quoting joan (email@example.com): > About documentation: > > - maybe a comment system could be nice, like Drupal. > - maybe an easy way to submit changes (even an issue system, to > suggest them) could be nice Maybe....and as things don't happen by themselves and we have nobody paid for doing work, we're back to the start Remember also that we're talking about a complex system of bricks that allows installing a full operating system that's available for many architectures....not an end-user app with user-contributed modules. There is code in D-I, so contributing to enhance it requires some effort to understand it....we however have many examples of completely non wizards who are doing some good contributions to D-I. Again, things don't happen by themselves. We're aware of our weaknesses. We're even aware that we can't fix most of them with a magic wand. Parts of the magic wand is in our users' hands. > > I like translate to Catalan out of date documentation, but I think > the way is not an easy one. > > I like to start a Catalan debian-wiki edition, but I'm waiting for a > reply of the wiki managers for more than a month!! > > Belief me, I'd like to help more debian, but usually there is not an > easy way :-( Joining the debian-l10n-catalan mailing list might be a start. We have longstanding contributors there. They know about how things work, they can explain. I remember of someone who started more or less like this in Debian, by being a user, then starting to contribute in localization in his own language, then by working on original documentation...and ending up in managing the releases of the installer... Still, the documentation about installing Debian is probably not perfect, but far from non existing (thanks, particularly, to the work of the amovementioned person).
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