1341Re: [nslu2-general] Help wanted: A step-by-step Unslung 4.20 installation guide with exact commands and lots of screenshots
- Jun 6, 2005I'd take the lead but I know there are people who know A LOT more than
someone who thinks they just got things working correctly. =) I can
certainly try and help out with this from a new user perspective though so
count me in.
On 6/5/05, Rod Whitby <list.yahoo@...> wrote:
> Here is your chance to make an impact on the useability of the Unslung
> We need someone to create a detailed "Unslung Installation For
> Dummies" guide. It should contain every last little step required,
> assuming absolutely no Linux knowledge. It should contain screen
> shots of every step, with detailed descriptions of what the LEDs and
> the strangled beep do along the way. It should contain lots of detail
> about what is happening behind the scenes, but not require someone to
> understand that detail. It should initially be written in English,
> but we welcome offers of help from international community members who
> are willing to translate to other languages.
> Here is the community's chance to show that it can do something other
> than just complain about the lack of documentation .... ask yourself
> why *you* cannot do this for the community that provides the firmware
> that you use for free.
> We need someone to step up and lead the effort, and then a team of 5
> to 10 helpers to generate and edit the content, and test it out by
> getting your non-computer-literate friends or family to install
> Unslung firmware with no previous computer knowledge.
> If you are the team leader, then please post your job acceptance to
> the nslu2-linux mailing list, containing a couple of paragraphs on how
> you plan to execute this assignment. We will then get your team
> members to contact you directly. We expect you to provide a published
> document within a month.
> -- Rod
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