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|Revision 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1||2006-04-202005-03-042005-01-232004-07-142004-04-192004-04-042004-04-022004-01-27||Revised by: MGejhejhejhejhejhejhejh|
|Added notes about prefered submission formats, corrected links, packaged templates.Typo fixed in sample DocBook markup. Added new web-based authoring tool and information on LaTeX to DocBook conversions.Typos fixed in xmlto notes and book template. Copied information about DocBook-capable word processing tools into the "Converting Documents to DocBook XML" Appendix; added new XML editors; and information about tools to convert other formats to DocBook XML.Updated information regarding CVS accounts and connecting to the CVS server.Added editor credit requirements to the Using DocBook section. Updated the submission procedure. New documents can now only be added by one of the Review Coordinators after the successful completion of each of the required reviews.Removed the section Contributing to The LDP (replaced by Summary of The LDP Process).Added references for LyX to DocBook conversions in the bibliography.Updated the license requirements and added them to the table of contents (moved them out of the sub-section).|
This guide describes the process of submitting and publishing a document with The Linux Documentation Project (TLDP). It includes information about the tools, toolchains and formats used by TLDP. The document's primary audience is new TLDP authors, but it also contains information for seasoned documentation authors.
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