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Re: editing Debian documentation

On Tue, 2004-07-27 at 07:23, Frank Lichtenheld wrote:
> If you just want to help with
> documentation you should probably subscribe to debian-doc@lists.debian.org
> for all the documentation that is maintained within the DDP CVS. You
> should be able to contribute to the DDP without being a Debian member
> via the CVS (don't know for sure, though). This is true for the
> Debian website btw. (list in this case is debian-www@l.d.o).
> For man pages or similar things you can file bugs with patches against
> the corresponding packages.

You could always clean up man pages, and then send them to the relevant
package maintainers. That way you have direct interaction with the
people behind the projects you are improving. This can be good and bad

Pia Smith <pia@linux.org.au>
Linux Australia

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