[kde-linux] Users guide to KDE?
derrick_s at tesco.net
Fri Jul 4 18:38:07 UTC 2008
On Friday 04 July 2008 14:22, Randy Kramer wrote:
> My point is that I was very interested in helping to write a KDE
> (and/or Linux) user's manual when I was trying to learn KDE (and
> Linux). That sounds a little strange, maybe, but what I mean is
> that when I wanted to learn how to use something and couldn't find
> anything out about it, I was very willing to do things like write
> (perhaps with rather poor grammar and organization) what I (think I
> might have) learned so far, and what my current stumbling block
> was, in a public form, hoping to have someone else step in, review
> what I'd written, set me straight, and then, between the two of us,
> perhaps, revise my original writeup to at least include the answer.
> Randy Kramer
Randy you have basically summed up what I was trying to say in an
earlier post. That is how I felt when first confronted with KDE !
There was very little, other than exploration, to guide me. I can
understand why a lot of potential Linux users just give up.
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