Ask people, if they want to help
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|Assignee:||Michael Schams||% Done:||
- Ask the current project members, if they still are interested in helping write the guide
- Patrick Lobacher: Also ask Steffen Ritter <steffen.ritter at typo3.org>, Andrea Herzog <a.herzog at kienastdv.de> and Peter Pröll <peter at typo3.org>
- Write a news article for the forge news or for typo3.org/news
Updated by Andrey Aksenov about 1 year ago
Unfortunately, English is not my native language. But the basis for one would take it: http://webempoweredchurch.org/support/help/basics/
Although much remains to be processed, as new versions of things are changing ... becomes easier and easier.
The last word should be left to the developers. They are closer to the point. It would be good to give them the documentation for audit.
Updated by Chris topher 11 months ago
thanks for your notes. You are right. Michael Schams takes care to manage the creation of the guide. He will take your thoughts into account. :-)
Updated by Anja Leichsenring 9 months ago
hi, to get us started (at least me), could you guys come up fast with some organisational stuff? I would like to know what format you wish (LaTex, OpenOffice, rEst, ...) and where to store the drafts and work in progress documents.
Updated by Francois Suter 9 months ago
I would advise that you start in the wiki. This seems like the best place to me for collaborative editing while also being open to the public. Once you feel the manual is advanced enough, it will be time to move it to ReStructured Text as a format and Git as a storage (the repo already exists: http://git.typo3.org/Documentation/TYPO3/Guide/Administrators.git).
Updated by Michael Schams 9 months ago
- Status changed from New to Accepted
- Assignee set to Michael Schams
I created appropriate Wiki pages, see: http://forge.typo3.org/projects/typo3v4-doc_guide_maintenance/wiki
I have not finished the news article yet, so I assign this ticket to myself.