[Scribus] Manual - interesting feedback

John Beardmore John
Sun Oct 28 11:53:03 CET 2007

William F. Maddock wrote:

> The "Design Concept" part might wind up being the most extensive,
 >but would only need to be done one time, as it is going into some
 >detail explaining the "why" of the particular construction of
 >scribus, so that as things move forward it makes it easier for
 >users to find and learn the use of new features (because the
 >developers have sort of let the user into their heads to know what
 >they are thinking). An added bonus: I'm not sure that there are
 >currently any manuals that actually try to do that yet. It could
 >be a scribus first. :-)

I'll second the notion that this is important.  Getting your head around 
the model the designers of software are using from 'how to' 
instructions, really isn't the beat way round.

Cheers, J/.
John Beardmore, MSc EDM (Open), B.A. Chem (Oxon), CMIOSH, AIEMA, MEI.
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