[scribus] [scribus-dev] interest in new tutorial?
christenanderson1994 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 21:27:25 UTC 2012
so I take it there is a lot of interest in the new tutorial. i'll start
working on a rough outline this weekend. one more question...
-- what license are the old freedomYug pictures and media used for the
original tutorial? could i use those in the new one? or do i need to
just start from scratch?
On 1/25/2012 1:03 PM, Michal Hlavatý wrote:
> I think the new version of basic tutorial or a new one is really
> needed. The lack of some up-to-date tutorial is one of reason why
> Scribus doesn't expand as quick as it could.
> What should the new tutorial content?
> * Step by step HOW-TOs of features.
> * Rules for typical documents - flyers, presentations, magazines,
> books... would be useful because quite a lot Scribus users are
> beginners in DTP.
> * Complete tutorial of creating template (master pages, scrapbook
> elements, styles...).
> * New 1.4 features (render frames, word tracking, etc.).
> I am afraid I am not able to help with writing but I will translate
> the new tutorial to the Czech language or find someone who will do it.
> Personally I think there will find more people who will localize the
> new tutorial into their native languages. The reason why they didn't
> do it so far is that the branch 1.3.3 is very old and localizing such
> tutorial is (in some sense) waste of time.
> *Note to the Scribus 1.4.0 tutorials*:
> In Czech language and then in English, I will write two documents in
> PDF - tutorials, but really basic.
> * 2page (A4, landscape), basic description of UI, features,
> shortcuts (something like this
> * 24page (A4, portrait), description of features (short HOW-TOs). It
> will be based on this Scribus manual
> The Czech version of the first one will be available 1st February. I
> will than send English version with source files.
> The second one I will create as soon as possible, perhaps at the
> middle of February (Czech version). English will be created after that.
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