yves.brungard_mageia at gadz.org
Tue Jan 15 22:00:05 CET 2013
Le 14/01/2013 11:14, Daniel a écrit :
> On Sat, 05 Jan 2013 21:32:15 +0100, Papoteur wrote:
>> I have started to document this tool :
>> Set up a new network interface (LAN, ISDN, ADSL, ...)
>> It is accessible in Calenco and visible soon here :
>> http://docteam.mageia.nl/en/MCC/content/drakconnect.html for technically
>> Some sections are not documented, besause it is necessary to have the
>> hardware connected to configure it:
>> - Satellite connection (DVB)
>> - Cable modem connection - GPRS/Edge/3G connection - Bluetoth Dial-Up
>> Networking connection
>> If you have such a hardware, you can provide to doc team screenshots at
>> each step of the configuration, or write the section.
>> The technical proofreading means:
>> 1/ Detect if some part of documentation is lacking, for example a path
>> for a wizard, or some window.
>> 2/ Detect if what it is said is correct or not.
>> 3/ Indicate if you feel that some part must be more detailed, for
>> example the implication of some options.
>> 4/ Indicate if you feel that the actions done by the tool are not enough
>> described, for example which files are modified, which service is
>> You can give your opinion even on one point and even if you do not know
>> how to complete/modify the documentation. You're welcome Papoteur
> Hello Papoteur,
> I've got a 3G (4G actually) modem, I'm happy to either write the
> documentation, or just take the screenshots. How would you like to get
> the text/images off me? What is the easiest way? I can also do some proof
> reading. In that case how do I get the comments to you? I do not have a
> lot of time, but I figure some time is still valuable
Thank you for your proposition.
I suppose your are not familiar with Calenco. Thus the better is to
furnish me at least the screnshots in png format. This can be done by
email. If you have time and inspiration you can also write the text and
I will format it to include it in the xml file on Calenco.
Do you agree?
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