Great idea. The manual I wrote basically focuses on KDE and some basic gnu linux commands. Which may be outdated now. I could try to dig it up and see if it can be adapted. It also included a basic install and custom install guide which could be adapted to a given distro. Ark Linux had a full GUI installer with QTParted for its partitioner. It was still under devel when everything came to a halt. :( Kate PS regardless of how its done or where it comes from, its a big project. On Friday 17 September 2010, Darrell Anderson wrote: > Another idea. > > Might be too late for 3.5.12, but you decide. > > I have been impressed with a few distro devs who provide a handy user > manual. Some provide the manual as a desktop icon, some as a menu item. > > Examples are Linux Mint, sidux, and Mepis. > > Trinity is not a full distro. Yet Trinity has evolved already with some > significant new features. My recent flurry of usability posts has proven > that even a long-time user of KDE can get lost for a spell with some of the > changes. > > I think Trinity would shine in reviews if reviewers saw some kind of help > page on the new Trinity desktop so even veteran KDE 3.5 users can get up to > speed more quickly. > > I can write. I can edit. I can create simple HTML pages. Yet I would need > help assembling the information. I still have not wrapped my head around > how to filter the svn logs because many of the svn log entries are narrowly > descriptive. That is, those descriptions make sense only when a person > knows what the patch does to a particular segment of code. > > The 3.5.11 web page is a good start, but I think something on the Trinity > desktop will garnish kudos. > > For those people migrating to Trinity from 3.5, like me, who will be using > an existing KDE profile, some mechanism is needed to place that "Welcome!" > icon on the desktop. Perhaps an entry in startupconfig? > > Just a thought.