Tim wrote:I'd be happy to help write documentation so you can focus on the code. If you'd like to point us to a page on the Wiki or a file to get started putting the guide together, I can start helping. Was http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/s ... User_Guide what you meant as the old version? If it's not bad material, I can copyedit it and add new screenshots in English.
Tim wrote:I don't think I have any public domain books at home, but I can try to get some so that I can contribute perfectly copyright free images.
The current English version of the user guide is not too good. It was created by someone using machine translation with little to no editing.
phaedrus wrote:That was me, actually there was quite a bit of editing as the Wiki history will show - you should have seen the result before I played with it!
phaedrus wrote:Ok, so I think I understand now. I can scan/photograph a few pages from something that's no longer in copyright (in New Zealand at least) if you'd like. I assume you won't need more than half a dozen or thereabouts for this? I guess I'll need someones email address to send them to...
I don't need many of them, though I do need different variations, as described above.
They probably wouldn't fit in an email, so you probably should upload them to some filesharing site (depositfiles.com for instance) and PM me the link.
Tulon wrote:The current English version of the user guide is not too good.
It's highly desirable for the source material to be copyright-clean.
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