[BlueBream] Few documents are ready for proofreading

Paul Harouff pharouff at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 02:42:28 EST 2010

I would be happy to help proofread the English, but I don't know enough 
about Zope and BlueBream to proofread technical details. If I can't 
figure out what you are trying to say, I'll just have to flag it for 
someone else to fix.

I have noticed that the documentation tutorials assume that students 
already know which code goes in which file. As a suggestion, please make 
it a rule that EVERYWHERE you introduce a block of sample code you 
should first state something like, "Open the file spam.py in the 
shrubbery folder and insert the following:". This makes your intent 
clearer to the student.

One of the old tutorials I couldn't follow at all because I couldn't 
tell which blocks of code were just illustrations of the syntax, and 
which were actually part of the tutorial exercise and were supposed to 
be added to the tutorial files by the student. Following the above rule 
to indicate code the student is actually supposed to type into a file 
will help prevent this confusion also.


On 3/7/2010 9:53 PM, Baiju M wrote:
> Hi All,
>          Few documents are ready for proofreading.  Please
> look at the status page for details:
> http://wiki.zope.org/bluebream/DocumentationStatus
> I want to make sure before 1.0 final release (31-May-2010)
> the documentation reaches a good quality.
> As you can see, my English skill is not good enough to express
> the ideas properly.  So, I really need some volunteers to
> proofread the documents.  Please read the documents
> which are ready for proofreading and send your suggestions.
> Regards,
> Baiju M
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