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Re: [oswg-dis] Re: getting OSWG doc sources

On Tue, Feb 08, 2000 at 10:53:28AM -0500, Deb Richardson wrote:
> I also invite the LDP to post project & documentation announcements to
> the OSWG "weblog" (http://www.oswg.org:8080/oswg/).  The posting form is
> here:
> http://www.oswg.org:8080/oswg/addPostingForm
> The front page of the new site is a slashdot-like news page, and I'm
> hoping folks will use it to post news and announcements regarding Open
> Source documentation and related issues.  There is already a "Linux
> Documentation Project" topic and icon for the site, and it might be

Cognition, if you still have time, do you think you could post the LDP
news, and announcements on OSWG site?

> There is, of course, no reason that the LDP and the OSWG cannot work
> cooperatively to support and promote one another.  The purposes of the
> projects do not conflict, and we really don't "compete" at all.

I think we are complementary.

> I would like to take this opportunity to make a clean break from the
> past and past conflicts between our projects and to really start
> discussing how the we can work together towards helping one another
> improve free and Open Source documentation as a whole.

Could the OSWG authors of linux related DocBook HOWTOs and FAQs please
get in touch with me?

We are preparing a DocBook section, and we would be happy to put your
documents with feedback from you (better than CVS/get/upload).

Guylhem P. Aznar                               http://www.linuxdoc.org
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