[Juser] Re: Docbook source Jabber User Guide
ben.branders at gmail.com
Wed Jul 14 13:41:32 CDT 2004
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Yes, I have the DocBook source here:
> I have not been updating the DocBook source (my bad) but the text there is
> the same as on the jabber.org website except for some of the acronyms in
> the appendix.
No problem. I don't think the acronyms are the most important thing in
the manual. ;-)
> What language will you translate it into?
I will make a Dutch translation. Actually, I already made the
translation... But I translated the webpage (the HTML), which is
quite difficult to maintain after a while. A couple of days ago, I
found the Jabber.org's Quick Guide to DocBook XML. I got
interested in it and I thought it would be a good idea to use DocBook
instead of regular (X)HTML for documentation.
> Sure, translation is encouraged!
I hope so. :-)
Maybe there should be a link to the DocBook sources in the Jabber User
Guide. It could be placed in an appendix or so ("How to translate
this guide?") with a link to the Jabber DocBook Guide. After all,
the Jabber User Guide is important for beginners to get started. The
more it is translated, the more new users will join the "Jabberclub"!
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