[linux-audio-user] In progress: *User* documentation in Spanish
dgarcia at iua.upf.es
Wed Nov 19 23:07:05 EST 2003
I am currently working on a 'no-compilation, no-installation,
no-programming' user manual for Alsa-Jack-Ladspa.
I wanted to bring some friends of mine to Linux. They use Windows based
music software, so i intended to do some introduction (in spanish) to the
capababilities of Alsa-Jack-Ladspa(-Ladcca?) arquitecture for final users.
Due to the initial intent I did it in Spanish. Now it seems language was a
wrong choice. Most related documentation is full of programming and
installation details and I think that it is a globally needed
documentation. So i plan to do it more general and translate it but only
after the structure would get some degree of stability.
The current (Spanish) draft is located at:
Most mature sections are 'General arquitecture', 'Sequencer' and 'Config
files syntax'. Maybe, some alsa hacker who undestand Spanish (Jordi?
Nando?) could review them. I have lot's of questions, since i had to
figure out a lot of things from code or from proposals (which i don't know
if they finally get implemented as explained). But I will ask those
questions only to the developers lists. That's the correct audience by
now, isn't it?
David García Garzón
(Work) dgarcia at iua dot upf anotherdot es
(Home) vokimon at telefonica adot net
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