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Re: Planning an Italian manual

On 17 Feb 1998, Ardo van Rangelrooij wrote:

> We already have an installation manual (which is currently under
> revision) and there's also a user's tutorial being written.  Maybe
> it's a good idea to work on translating them? 

Debian installation manual is already translated in Italian (the docs
that come with boot floppies).

I plan to go over simple installation and speak about base
configuration and use of system standard tools. 

Is very probable I can find other users that write administration and
other manuals, all in Italian language and Debian related.

> > I've started with base structure and used debiandoc-sgml. With
> > debiandoc-sgml is possible to add tables, figures and index? Is
> > planned some internationalization, like "chapter"->"capitolo"?
> Yes, internationalization is definitely planned.  I'm the maintainer
> of the debiandoc-sgml tool and this is one of the first things to be
> done soon. 


A very alpha version is accessible (for now) at:



Dalla Silvestra Michele    dalla@pluto.linux.it   dalla@debian.org
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