Tony, were you planning on releasing some docs with 1.1.1? We didn't
release any docs with 1.1.0, and I was assuming we'd let another
release slide, since the interface has been changing so much it's
impossible to keep up.
I'm happy either way, but I wasn't planning on working on the docs
for this release. I'll probably add a few paragraphs to the
README that describes the new features briefly.
Shane Thomas Mueller wrote:
> One area where we could use help is updating our documentation for the
> impending new release. If you are interested in helping there, email us
> back and our primary documentation writer will give you more details. You
> will need to get a preview release to work with, so let us know what
> platform you are using (mac/win/linux).
> Even a little thing like proofreading the help files for spelling and/or
> grammar errors would be helpful as well.
> Another way to contribute would be to pick a common task that might be
> difficult to someone new to digital audio, and create a tutorial.
> Something like removing noise, applying an echo effect, or using audacity
> in a presentation program like you mentioned. There are a few
> such tutorials in the documentation and on the website, but there could
> always be more.
> The tasks that get performed are normally ones that are of greatest
> interest to the writer/coder, so it is really up to you what you choose
> to work on. Let us know if you start working on
> something and we may be able to give you pointers. I'm sure that whatever
> you can do will be greatly appreciated by Audacity users (and developers).
> Shane T. Mueller, Ph.D. East Hall 1267
> (734) 647-3935 Cognition and Perception
> smueller@... The University of Michigan
> On Mon, 4 Nov 2002, Jayne Hollingsworth wrote:
>>>Having used Audacity to modify some sound clips for a presentation, I noticed from the FAQ section on the help file, that you are looking for people to write training materials and documentation. I have some experience in this area, and would like some more information.
>>>I look forward to your reply.
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