[scribus] French doc
cbradney at scribus.info
Tue Jul 19 06:41:09 UTC 2011
On 19/07/2011, at 7:50, "a.l.e" <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:
> hi greg,
>> I do want to see
>> what we can do to add some metadata (or some other info) that could
>> be used to see what is up to date, its age, or some other helpful
>> information for documentarians. (my spellcheck suggests I just made
>> up this word)
> why should it be some metadata?
> why not do it the same way wikipedia does it?
> a big warning on top of the page?
> ... imo, the problem is, that you will have to put the warnings on every translation each time you make a bigger change in one language.
> btw, last week at RMLL i've seen the demonstration of a wiki which is supposed to help detect (and fix) such changes... i wonder if it's better to use then the last one i had the bright idea to use...
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Don't forget that once malex finishes his migration project, docs.scribus.net goes away and the files for the help browser will be sourced from the current wiki.
It will be easier to keep up to date once it is in the wiki.
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