[Mono-list] Monodoc, Submitting Documentation Changes
javierfernandez108 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 12:11:53 EDT 2008
Although I'm new to C#, I'm willing to help out in any way I can.
On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 6:09 PM, Iggy <iggy.ma at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd be happy to get involved and admin some of the documentation. I
> think right now it is by far the most valuable tool for people
> learning Mono and I'd love to add some sample code and documentation
> and admin others contributions...
> On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Chad Kittel <chad.kittel at gmail.com>
> > Miguel,
> > On Sun, Sep 21, 2008 at 1:34 PM, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at novell.com>
> >>> I assume someone has to scrutinize the submissions to be sure someone
> >>> isn't tampering with them, and I understand that can take some time.
> >>> But I need to be sure that there actually is someone on the other end
> >>> of that WebService actually acknowledging the submitted changes before
> >>> I commit time and effort into helping out the project in this fashion.
> >> It is usually me, but I would love if other people wanted to become
> >> "reviewers" to ensure that text is not copy pasted from MSDN.
> > I'd be glad to help in this role, keeping plagiarism out and quality,
> > original documentation in.
> >> The bad news is that many contributions for the documentation have a
> >> high rated of copy-pasting from MSDN, so at some point I started
> >> ignoring most of the contributions to .NET class library documentation,
> >> hoping to one day have some time to do it all in one go.
> > That's kinda what I was afraid of. At this point, unless the
> > reviewing process changes, it sounds like I should not invest my time
> > in writing original documentation for the class libraries as they
> > might very well just sit around collecting dust, instead of being
> > published for the masses to consume.
> >> I am open to giving other people access to the tool to admin things, if
> >> someone wants to step up.
> > I would not at all mind helping out on this front. IMO, the
> > documentation part of the mono project is a very important piece to
> > help mono adoption and retention rates. At this point, MSDN is
> > invaluable and I hope one day MonoDoc is just as invaluable for us
> > mono developers (and maybe even for the developers on the other side
> > of the fence!)
> > --
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> > (\o/) Chad 'v3rt1g0' Kittel <chad.kittel at gmail.com>
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