[Mono-docs-list] Helping with documentation
latency at gmx.de
Sun Sep 24 08:46:18 EDT 2006
in generall there are two ways of providing documentation.
First would be to document the class librarys using the MonoDoc programm.
And the second, in which you are interested, is to add content to the wiki.
http://mono-project.com/Mono_Documentation_Improvement_Project <<< provides a
short overview of what needs to be done, but since you've got no access to
the Website you'll have write the articles with your text editor and post the
changes on the list.
They will then be added to the page until we become lazy copy-pasteing your
changes and you will be given an account as well. :-)
On Friday 22 September 2006 23:21, gilbert wrote:
> Where can I go to find some more helpful documentation and how can I help
> write some documentation. I am new to mono but I am really dedicated to
> learining. I would like to write some entry level how-to's.
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