I would recommend the gramps-manual directory. Since there are two
different CVS trees (gramps for the GNOME 1.X version, gramps2 for the
GNOME 2.X version), there should be no problem.
Having the old gramps manual in the gramps2 tree adds no value, just
confusion. This way, the gramps-manual directory can contain the manual
appropriate to the right version.
While I don't really have the time to write for the manual (I should
probably focus on the code), I would be more than happy to provide
information and review the documents.
On Thu, 2003-03-06 at 08:49, Alex Roitman wrote:
> Since nobody expressed a strong desire to take up
> on writing an updated gramps manual, I think I'll start
> it myself.
> When I am mostly done, I'd like someone with native
> English to correct my grammar and to otherwise beautify
> possible rough spots in my version (Rikke? Don Peterson?)
> Now, what is the best way to techincally do it? It'd be nice
> to use CVS since everything is available to everybody
> without sending tons of extra emails. However, the doc
> directory already has gramps-manual directory in it, which
> has an outdated version. Should I use that directory?
> Or should I create another one, like gramps-manual2?
> I am reluctant to create a dir because it's hard to remove
> dirs from CVS. What are the thoughts?
> On 2003.03.04 17:05 Alex Roitman wrote:
> > I am attaching the proposed outline for new gramps manual,
> > in it's zeroth approximation. It is very general and is based on
> > introduction, install and starting, details of what you see when
> > you start it, steps to get done what you want to do, and
> > preferences.
Don Allingham <dallingham@...>
GRAMPS - Open Source Genealogy