Call for Tutorial Topics

Andre Garzia soapdog at mac.com
Wed Jul 7 23:27:26 CDT 2004


I can help writing simple tutorials too... count with me for this group 
effort!

Cheers
Andre

On Jul 8, 2004, at 1:18 AM, Dan Shafer wrote:

> As a result of a long and intriguing thread about Rev docs, I have 
> decided to step up and offer to do (or assist others in doing and 
> editing) a bunch of Revolution/Transcript step-by-step tutorials as a 
> contribution to the community from which I have drawn so much.
>
> Now it's your turn. Please respond to this topic ONLY with your 
> (prioritized if possible) list of topics you feel are important to 
> your needs and not covered by How To's or recipes in the current 
> documentation. After a suitable period has passed and we've gathered 
> enough votes, I'll suggest a list of topics to be tackled, more or 
> less in order.
>
> If you have partially finished tutorials or stacks that would lend 
> themselves to tutorials but your lack of writing experience or time 
> prevents you from fashioning step-by-steps out of them, let me know 
> that (here or via private email to revdan at danshafer.com) and I'll take 
> a look and see if I can help you polish them.
>
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Dan Shafer, Revolutionary
> Author of  "Revolution: Software at the Speed of Thought"
> http://www.revolutionpros.com for more info
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