documentation & dear love

David Starks-Browning starksb@ebi.ac.uk
Thu Jun 28 04:50:00 GMT 2001


> >I'll step up and volunteer to work on documentation.  ...
> 
> I'd appreciate contributions to whatever you find most interesting.
> 
> We have a FAQ maintainer but I'm sure he'd appreciate specific words or
> improvements.
> 
> ...

Yes, definitely.  I admit that I have a lot in my own pipeline, but I
can tell you straight off that any FAQ entry which says

	"Please note: This section has not yet been updated for the
	latest net release."

needs to be looked at and reviewed.  If you can determine what to do
with it -- leave as is, revise or delete it -- I will do the grunt
work of checking in the texinfo changes and generating a new FAQ from
it.

Post your suggestions here (at least for now).  Put FAQ (or something
else useful) in the subject line.  There's a lot of verbose garbage on
this list lately and I am skipping whole threads if I don't think they
are relevant to FAQ maintenance.

Thanks very much for any help you can give us with this.

Regards,
David
(Cygwin FAQ maintainer)

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