[ANN] Documentation Sources Going Public (opensuse-doc)
after some blood, sweat, and tears (actually it was only the middle, but hey,
that statement sounds more dramatic! ;) our documentation sources are publicly
available on BerliOS! :-)
The opensuse-doc project contains now all the sources for openSUSE
including our business products released under the GFDL. It's possible to
anonymously check it out; go to the SVN page on our project page for more
details. Alternativly, for a more visually attractive version of our SVN, use
the WebSVN page.
The opensuse-doc SVN is the result of the merge of three different,
independant SVN repositories. It has been merged before and during the
1. Want to contribute?
Find more information in the openSUSE Wiki. We are happy to discuss your
contributions on our opensuse-doc mailinglist.
2. Want to know more about us?
Find our team page on the openSUSE Wiki.
3. Want an overview about what's inside our SVN?
Find more information about our SVN structure here
There will be some fine tuning over the week -- expect still some changes, but
not dramatically. Hope you like it! :)