[libreoffice-marketing] Re: LibreOffice Weekly News #5 waiting for reviews
tomcecf at gmail.com
Sat Sep 13 05:45:03 PDT 2014
It is a wiki-page. It's actually faster and easier for people to do the
edits themselves. If you can post an email then you can edit a wiki-page.
Doing the wiki-markup is a little trickier but just editing is like editing
text in almost any very simple text-editor.
While so many people are picking such tiny detail to correct i would like
to congratulate William Gathoye on doing such an amazing job. It must be
exhausting to go through so many hundreds of emails, and collect the
information from so many other sources at the same time. Proof-reading, if
thought necessary, should really be done by a 2nd person, as it is done in
documentation and translation teams. Personally i think it is fine as it
1. errors are fairly rare and very minor
2. it shows the international nature of the project and looks friendlier
3. it shows the that a vast quantity of information is sifted through in
order to get the result.
Note that other such things tend to have quite a few people collaborating
or sending in articles and only appear monthly or quarterly or even less
So, top marks to William Gathoye for doing such a fantastic job!! :)))
On 13 September 2014 11:42, Nino Novak <nn.libo at kflog.org> wrote:
> Am 13.09.2014 um 03:25 schrieb William Gathoye:
> > I've just finished to write the fifth edition of LOWN. 
> Very nice work, thanks :)
> > The latter is waiting for your reviews.
> just one observation: citation numbers in the text go up to 58, but the
> reference on the page bottom is 50, so a couple of refs seem missing
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