KDE books writing

Ralf Nolden nolden at kde.org
Wed Aug 27 10:33:45 BST 2003


while having David here in Nove Hrady it actually got very simple to get a CVS 
module and a new mailinglist for the already proposed KDE development books. 
We can now set up separate books and docbook based templates, then discuss 
the contents structure on the mailinglist.

CVS module: kdeev-books
Mailinglist to subscribe to: kdeev-books at kde.org

The reason to name this to kdeev is that I would like to have one common 
module and mailinglist for that that reflects that the KDE e.V. holds the 
copyright on the books in this module, which are licensed under the GNU Free 
Documentation License. This will allow the KDE e.V. to take charge of 
choosing the company who will print it and receive free books that in turn we 
can demo on expos or give away to new developers.

In turn, this doesn't mean that you actually have to be *in* the KDE e.V. to 
participate on writing the books. Anyone with a CVS access can contribute to 
them plus anyone who wants to submit something but who hasn't got a CVS 
account can send it to me.

So, if you want to help start this from scratch please subscribe to the 
mailinglist so we can continue further discussion there.

We're not a company, we just produce better code at less costs.
Ralf Nolden
nolden at kde.org

The K Desktop Environment       The KDevelop Project
http://www.kde.org              http://www.kdevelop.org
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