At the moment you have to request that someone registers you on the
ODFauthors website. Then just wait for one of the 2 people who can set-up
an ODFauthors account to set one up for you and send you the login
Both are very busy and rarely around.
Alternatively you could work on the wiki where you can register yourself
and just get on with it - or on the inbuilt-help. Both areas have been
suffering from a desperate shortage of people.
> Hello Marcus,
> I am one of those 2 busy people, that Tom mentioned...
> I have set up an account for you on ODFAuthors - you should have received
> an email with a link to set your password.
> With this account you can even see documents, that aren't published yet.
> You can download any file and modify it and re-upload it to the website.
> If you inform us here about your new uploads, then we can check /
> proofread, what you've done and give you feedback.
> Welcome to the team!
> On 20 May 2015 at 12:48, Marcus Mackaku <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> How does one edit or author a user manual? Do I have to rewrite/write a
>> chapter and upload/submit it?
>> Marcus Kgosi
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