Re: GNU/Hurd in severe need for documentation.
> So, what I propose is to help reorganize the Hurd end-user
> documentations, adding links and suppressing redundancy between
> them. Do you actually need somebody for this role ? Those
> responsible for the different sources of documentation about the
> Hurd, are you willing to help me in this task ? Of course, you'd
> have to answer all my idiot questions ;)
> It might be nice to actually move all documentation concerning the
> Hurd into the reference manual; and split it up into two bits,
> technical and less-technical.
I don't think so. The hurd is a moving target, especially on the
not-so-technical part. Moving the documentation to the reference manual
would make it obsolete as soon as it is released. I'll try to get a
global view of what documentation exists (on the introduction -
installation - basic usage parts) next week.