Ralf Nolden said, and I quote: > On Freitag, 10. Januar 2003 13:36, Karolina Lindqvist wrote: > > fredagen den 10 januari 2003 12.32 skrev David Pashley: > > > The most useful thing atm would be writing man pages. Check > > > http://webcvs.kde.org in the debian dir for binaries that do not have a > > > sgml document. You can use one of the existing sgml docs for a template. > > > > I have written man pages for almost all baseline KDE applications (259 so > > far). So there is no need to do that job again. Of course, it is always > > possible to dig deep down in the specific program, to find the very special > > information that should be in the manpage. But for that you have to > > understand C++ and KDE reasonable good. > > So it's just a matter of adding your manpages to CVS ? coolness. David, Chris, > Daniel, anyone ? > If someone emails either one of the people Ralf listed or to the mailing list we will add them pretty much straight away. Are they in sgml/xml or roff? I have also added a question to the Debian-KDE faq at http://www.davidpashley.com/debian-kde/faq.html as to what people can do to help. -- David Pashley email@example.com Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione.
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