[Cin] add Frame on PiP on manual
phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 19:01:50 CET 2023
Andrea, I like the idea! The only thing I worry about is that we forget to
add it as we get on to new things. The other thing is that Sam has
requested that we do not attach big files in the Mailing List so as long as
we make the .txt files downloadable instead, I am all for it.
On Mon, Jan 16, 2023 at 9:48 AM Andrea paz <gamberucci.andrea at gmail.com>
> > Thanks to IgorB for how-to, Andrea for Latex formatting, and Andrew for
> proofreading. Made a few corrections based on feedback and checked into
> GIT. (Andrea, note I have added a new section to Manual, Authors and
> Contributors, so you may want to checkout all from GIT because
> CinelerraGG_Manual.tex changed and it would be very helpful if you have
> time to verify that I did not forget something).
> Thank you Phyllis, you did a great job and there is no need for
> further changes on the Latex code.
> I take this opportunity for a proposal. In order to entice more users
> to contribute to the manual I was thinking of not transposing the new
> additions into Latex right away. I propose to post the contributions
> to the mailing list in odt so that any user can propose, read and edit
> them. LibreOffice also offers the possibility of having multiple
> contributors on the same file so that it is easy to keep track of the
> various contributions. There is no longer the obstacle of Latex that
> requires long installations and then learning the language. Then,
> having arrived at the final version I can transpose it into Latex and
> Phyllis correct it and put it in the repository. An additional benefit
> is to increase the sense of community around CinGG; in my opinion with
> contributions from more people we can increase the quality of the
> What do you guys think?
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