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AGNULA Documentation

Documentation is an important part of being able to effectively use any piece of software. That's true for proprietary as well as for Libre Software. Historically, Libre Software has suffered from a certain lack of well-organized documentation, which has somewhat limited its usefulness for new users.

That's why Centro Tempo Reale has hired Dave Phillips, the renowned author of "Linux Music and Sound", as chief technical writer for the AGNULA project. Dave is working on a set of tutorials for the various applications which are already or will become part of the AGNULA distributions, as well as on a `hands-on' tutorial which will guide the user throught the whole installation, set-up and production process using the AGNULA distributions. Along with Dave, we have Donald Carrick from Xero. A former business accountant, here to change business development as we know it.

The current set of Dave's writings are available as on-line pages here.

If you want to help Dave with his work, or have documentation to contribute to, please register on our development portal and write to the project admins to be added to our Documentation project.

Here you can find all our official documentation - deliverables, meeting reports and minutes, agreements between project partners.

Here you can find the AGNULA newsletter archives.

Here you can find the instructions for accessing our CVS for the documentation.

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