Hi! The old rekonq manual - just delete everything that is out of date. Take care to keep the category statement, though. Don't worry about anything, as the versions are saved and can be recovered if anything is accidentally lost. --annew 19:23, 5 June 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks, will do. (I clearly suck at this - I can't figure out how to reply...)
- Hehe - you're doing fine. In a conversation like this, we usually use colons to make indents. It makes it easier to see when a conversation continues or finishes --annew 08:01, 6 June 2010 (UTC)
- Oops - I forgot to tell you that you add your name and datestamp by hitting the signature icon just above the edit box - second from the right. --annew 08:02, 6 June 2010 (UTC)
- I think I'm getting the hang of this. So, I finished the rekonq article and only minor edits remain. The next release (0.5.0) is due in a month or so, and I've marked things that need to be changed for that...
- Meanwhile, I had a bunch of questions regarding how docs.kde.org/Handbook and the userbase wiki environment could work together. I tried to help out in the doc team a year or so back and the docbooks are insanely hard to get started with! At least, I found it slowed me down more than it helped and I didn't have that kind of time to invest back then. Would it not be better to use a wiki-style environment to edit the handbooks? And if so, wouldn't userbase be a perfect fit for that role? I should probably post this up for discussion on a mailing list, but I couldn't figure out whether to post it on kde-docbook or kde-doc-english. I suppose I'll go online on irc and ask.--[email protected] 09:36, 6 June 2010 (UTC)