Author Archives: clauschr

The end to 404 – Page not found

In the previous entries of this series of posts I have tied to dazzle you with examples of the awesome content provided at UserBase. Today I have to confess: Not all is well. There are some glaring omissions. It would … Continue reading

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Your language needs you!

In my previous blog about UserBase I showed you examples of translated pages, but just to refresh your memory here is a screenshot of yet another translated UserBase page: This is part of the page for the geometry application Kig. … Continue reading

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The UserBase Experience

This is the first in what is going to be a series of blogs about UserBase and what it can be to your favourite project. UserBase is a community wiki aiming to provide useful information to users of KDE¬†software. We … Continue reading

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So you want to write a manual…

As developers work tirelessly on new features in existing applications, new applications, and even on entirely new kinds of workspaces user documentation sadly lags behind. This is one of the fields where non-developers can make valuable contributions. It used to … Continue reading

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WebWorld 2011

Safely returned from Essen, I guess it is time I posted about the WebWorld sprint. I’ll focus on the UserBase stuff. If you visit UserBase, you’ll immediately notice our new elegant logo (thanks to Hans (mogger) for the idea and … Continue reading

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