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From Dave <davepo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Openoffice.uni documentation (Re: Fwd: Documention - sort of)
Date Sun, 15 Dec 2013 18:27:11 GMT
Hi Andrea,

Thanks for your encouraging words. Yes of course I would love to have my
efforts integrated into the Apache/Wiki project. Have absolutely no
experience though how wiki works. I actually did have a look at the wiki a
few weeks ago, and found nowhere where to post a link. Could you help me
here? As to license: I'm open to anything which is open. Please tell me how
I should reformulate that part.

At present I'm fine tuning English and German versions simulataneously, to
make sure they are both exactly the same, then will adapt the French to
these. Kateryna has translated just the introduction into Russian and
Ukrainian, so that's a nice step. Three students at our uni are doing an
Arab version which should be complete by March.

All the best and thanks
Dave



On 15 December 2013 14:50, Andrea Pescetti <pescetti@apache.org> wrote:

> On 30/11/2013 16:23, Dave wrote:
>
>> any chance of linking my introduction for students (openoffice-uni.org)
>> on
>> the wiki? french version will be up next week, then i'll go back to the
>> german version, and then again the english version. please take a look.
>>
>
> Hello Dave, I did take a look today. You have some nice documentation
> available, and all of it is up-to-date. Why don't you contribute it to the
> official OpenOffice wiki? This would make things easier in several
> respects: your documentation would be found much more easily by search
> engines and it would be more justified that you look for translators here.
> This is much like it worked for the ODF Authors group: they were publishing
> their documentation on the OpenOffice wiki and still maintaining the ODT
> and PDF versions available on their site, with mutual benefits.
>
> I see that you are using a different license than the Apache License 2
> (the OpenOffice license, and the recommended license for new wiki content).
> So this might be an issue to consider; just make your choice and feel free
> to ask any questions.
>
> The official place for OpenOffice documentation is here:
> https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/
>
> Regards,
>   Andrea.
>
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