georg.halfas at gmx.net
Thu Jun 7 18:10:11 CEST 2007
Am Mon, 4 Jun 2007 22:01:33 +0200
schrieb "Stephan Arts" <stephan at xfce.org>:
> On 6/4/07, Georg Halfas <georg.halfas at gmx.net> wrote:
> > Am Mon, 04 Jun 2007 12:57:57 +0200
> > schrieb Jean-François Wauthy <pollux at xfce.org>:
> > > Le lundi 04 juin 2007 à 12:32 +0200, Georg Halfas a écrit :
> > > > Hi all,
> > > >
> > > hi
> > >
> > > > my name is Georg Halfas. About a week ago I installed a
> > > > linuxdistribiution that came along with a Xfce-Desktop. From the
> > > > beginning I was realy sold on this desktop. But I found out that
> > > > many sections of the documentation haven't been translated into
> > > > german yet. So i'd like to offer my assistance. Please let me
> > > > know if you are interested.
> > >
> > > We always welcome any kind of help, but before translating the
> > > documentation maybe updating it would be helpful too.
> > >
> > O.k. I've no objections but as I just started with Xfce I don't know
> > very much of it. So wouldn't it make more sence to begin with
> > existing files instead of writing new ones?
> As a novice Xfce user, there is no reason why you can't write
> documentation. As a new user, you might even have some fresh ideas on
> the perspective to use when making a document like this. As
> developers, we have little insight in what users want. Sad, but
> generally true. Especially when this is set out against the users
> So what I am trying to say is that we are short on quality
> documentation on nearly all of the Xfce core projects and we welcome
> any help we can.
> The question is this: 'Are you willing to develop some Xfce
O.k. I once again thought about it. It's not my thing to be the odd one
out. But please let's try an easy one first.
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