Alex, D.J, and everyone else from the vinux world:
After reading the tutorial Ihave a few observations:
1. A few years ago when I started the emacspeak blog, I had the
intention of writing up task-oriented articles from time to time
--- basically it has not happened for the most part.
2. The tutorial you wrote shows abundantly that such
task-oriented articles would still be useful --- for instance,
the media player section in the tutorial misses lots of things
you can do with the m-player interface. The Web browsing section
misses out on url templates, which is probably the single most
productive aspect of web interaction with emacs/w3.
3. So here is a question: I presently dont have the time to
participate on mailing lists and answer individual questions as
they come up. But if folks like yourself can volunteer to collect
questions, and group them into specific tasks e.g. "How Do I:"
type of questions, where say every set of 5 related questions
become a "task", then I can look to writing task-oriented
articles for the emacspeak blog --- you point to that content
from the vinux documentation, or include it directly.
If this appeals to you, let me know.
On 4/1/11, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thank you Raman,
> csound it is.
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