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FUDforum in Egroupware documentation contributions [message #25778] Tue, 21 June 2005 03:10
edwin is currently offline  edwin   United States
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This thread is intended to house our FUDforum community contributions to documentation of the FUDforum in Egroupware module. I've don't have much experience with documentation, so I will count on everyone here for help. To start the conversation here are some areas that would benefit from our input:

  • FUDforum module setup - The existing instructions are very basic. We could simplify them for novices.
  • FUDfprum in Egroupware FAQ - We could take the best solutions from this subforum and compile them in a faq
  • Best Practices - This is where we can put together tips on getting the most from FUDforum

For those of us who don't have much in the way of coding skills, or who don't have the time to contribute them to FUDforum, this gives us the opportunity to show our appreciation for all the hard work the developers have put into this project.



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