[LinuxBIOS] request for programmers manual maintainer

jtd jtd at mtnl.net.in
Tue Oct 3 07:19:45 CEST 2006

On Monday 02 October 2006 19:09, Ward Vandewege wrote:
> Greetings from the LinuxBIOS symposium in Hamburg!


> Now; this morning we had a discussion about the creation of a
> Programmer's manual. The idea is to create much more documentation
> for people who want to start hacking on LinuxBIOS. People who
> contribute code would ideally also write documentation about that
> code - but there might be other contributors too, of course.
> The consensus of the discussion was that we need a coordinator for
> the Programmer's manual. Ideally someone who is *not* yet very
> familiar with the codebase, or even with low-level programming.
> Such a person would basically oversee the creation of the manual,
> encouraging (pestering?) coders to also contribute documentation,
> etc. It would be a great way to dive into LinuxBIOS programming -
> the coordinator is pretty much guaranteed to learn a lot as this
> manual takes shape.
> The question is - anyone here who would be interested in taking on
> this role?

I have been hanging out on the list for quite sometime now. Wrote 
documentation for various hardware and software projects in the 
distant past. I live in Mumbai India (if that's of interest). I can 
take this up or assist whoever is assigned the task.


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