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Re: Documentation

From: Alex Charrett
Subject: Re: Documentation
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 09:23:54 +0100 (BST)

On Mon, 27 May 2002, Pawel Kot wrote:

> As the frist try:
>  - gnokii --help output - chect whether all options are covered and the
> info is full (you can always ask about the certain option me or any other
> developer)
>  - gnokii man pages - they were not updated since loooong loong time
>  - probably some FAQ entries
>  - all READMEs
> pkot

Also being relativley new to gnokii I've found that the Users' Guide is an 
invaluable source of information and went a long way to helping me 
understand how to use it.  The biggest problem I had is finding this guide 
in the first place.  I've just had a quick check and I can't find it 
again.  I'm glad I have it in hardcopy on my desk here.

The main site could do with a "Documentation" section to bring 
all this stuff together IMO.

I'm also quite happy to lend Derek a hand as I go through this learning 
process, although I also have the not fully supported phone problem 
(8310), but may be able to borrow a 6210 for the purpose.

The other idea I've had is would it be possible to include a list of known 
network codes, as I have no idea to find out mine.


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