On Sun, 2009-06-14 at 08:38 -0500, Paul Cutler wrote:
> Hi all, a few of us from the GNOME and Ubuntu communities are doing a
> doc sprint at a doc conference today, and we've had a brief discussion
> about getting started on the Banshee docs.
> I won't bore you with all the legal talk, but we are proud to let you
> know that Banshee will be one of the first two doc projects that is
> going to use the CC-SA 3.0 license rather than the GFDL. This has a
> lot of cool things going for it, especially for downstream distros.
> We're pretty excited about this, and hope you are too. If you do have
> any concerns, please let me (or Shaun McCance) know.
> On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 10:44 AM, Gabriel Burt
> <gabriel burt gmail com
> On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 10:25 AM, Paul
> Cutler<pcutler gnome org
> > Hi, a couple of us have been discussing creating
> documentation for Banshee
> > using Docbook / Yelp.
> > I have GNOME git access, but I am not an expert in git at
> all. Is there a
> > preference how we start contributing? A specific branch,
> the gitorious
> > branch, make our own?
> Hi Paul! That sounds very good. Have you seen F-Spot's
> documentation? Might be a useful example to follow.
> Starting the work in a gitorious branch sounds like a good
> idea to me.
> Is that 100% ok with you for now? Once it has stabilized
> we can merge it into master.
> Thanks a lot, glad to have you doing this!