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* I am just copying and pasting the original text into the wiki, and then edits can be tracked very clearly using the Wiki's history button.
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    --[[User:qole|qole]] 18:28, 19 June 2009 (UTC)
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* Questions (answers from [[User:dneary|Dave Neary]] 15:47, 13 July 2009 (UTC))
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* Questions
** Are we talking about Hildon devices or Maemo devices?
** Are we talking about Hildon devices or Maemo devices?
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*** Maemo Fremantle devices
 
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**** Ok. This will have to be changed everywhere then. --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 16:15, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
 
** Can I edit the Section titles? Some of them could be helped by more descriptive (and better thought-out titles).
** Can I edit the Section titles? Some of them could be helped by more descriptive (and better thought-out titles).
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*** Yes. Editing section titles should be fine. Just make sure to move linked pages when you do so.
 
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**** Thanks! --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 16:15, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
 
** What should I do if a section needs more than just creative proof-reading? A few sections that I've edited could use a lot more fleshing-out.
** What should I do if a section needs more than just creative proof-reading? A few sections that I've edited could use a lot more fleshing-out.
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** First step is to contact Ivan or Joaquim and ask them what they think. Perhaps they agree, perhaps they don't. I think that attaching the proposed rewrite as a comment to a bug you create is the best way to go about refining it further.
 
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**** Great. Will do. --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 16:15, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
 
** What about screen shots? I still haven't gotten the Maemo 5 SDK working, but this entire HIG could really benefit with some good visual examples.
** What about screen shots? I still haven't gotten the Maemo 5 SDK working, but this entire HIG could really benefit with some good visual examples.
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*** Agreed. Similarly, I haven't got the Maemo 5 SDK working properly on my laptop. It seems it's a hardware related issue for me. Suggesting screenshots in the wiki at the appropriate place seems like a great idea.
 
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**** Perfect. --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 16:15, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
 
** This document contains sections that could not only use a complete rewrite, but a complete rethinking about the content they possess. As stated, screen shots could help, but fleshing out the how's and why's would be much more suitable. An example might be to link certain statements to real-world location (e.g., asking developers to let users provide feedback should link to Bugzilla, etc.).
** This document contains sections that could not only use a complete rewrite, but a complete rethinking about the content they possess. As stated, screen shots could help, but fleshing out the how's and why's would be much more suitable. An example might be to link certain statements to real-world location (e.g., asking developers to let users provide feedback should link to Bugzilla, etc.).
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*** Seems like a sensible suggestion. Again, the first step is to identify issues, and contact maintainers (perhaps through Bugzilla) to see if they are aware of the issues, and if certain omissions are deliberate (and why). Assuming they aren't, we can get anything fixed.
 
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**** Ok. Sounds good. --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 16:15, 13 July 2009 (UTC)
 
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     --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 06:31, 7 July 2009 (UTC)
     --[[User:timsamoff|timsamoff]] 06:31, 7 July 2009 (UTC)

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