[webkit-dev] Documentation project

John Sullivan sullivan at apple.com
Thu Jul 7 11:19:53 PDT 2005

I think using Bugzilla to submit proposed changes to the main site  
seems sensible. There are a few of us with opendarwin commit  
privileges who can do the actual website changes. The reviewer for  
the proposed changes would depend on the topic, to ensure technical  

I don't have any opinion on how the documentation should be improved,  
but I know others do, so hopefully they will chime in.


On Jul 6, 2005, at 3:36 PM, David Storey wrote:

> I'd like to help on the documentation project.  Are there any  
> documents that need to be written for the web site? Just drop me a  
> line with what needs written and I'll give it  a go.
> I know how to edit pages in the wiki, but if pages need added to  
> the main site, how would I go about submitting or uploading them to  
> the site?  Also what would be the best way to get the documents  
> reviewed?  Would it be best to submit them to bugzilla, or e- 
> mailing them to someone that deals with that side of things?
> Thanks,
> David
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> David Storey
> University of Durham
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