LXF Community Conversion Project

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-We had a problem, you kind folk suggested a solution, and the result is the LXF Community Conversion Project: a project that aims to convert 150 PDFs of LXF tutorials to wiki format. If this is a success, we will add more PDFs into the mix so that the wiki can keep on growing. We want this to become a really useful resource for Linux users everywhere, and it's great to have the community help us achieve that goal.+We had a problem, you kind folk suggested a solution, and the result is the LXF Community Conversion Project: a project that aims to convert 150 PDFs of LXF tutorials (and some interviews) to wiki format. If this is a success, we will add more PDFs into the mix so that the wiki can keep on growing. We want this to become a really useful resource for Linux users everywhere, and it's great to have the community help us achieve that goal.
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 +'''Update:''' this is coming along really well. Thanks to everyone involved for your help! We've added some interviews for converting to plain text if anyone wants to chip in there too.
* [[Community Conversion PDFs|See the list of PDFs that make up the project]] * [[Community Conversion PDFs|See the list of PDFs that make up the project]]
* [http://www.linuxformat.co.uk/wikipdfs Download a PDF for conversion] * [http://www.linuxformat.co.uk/wikipdfs Download a PDF for conversion]
* [[CCP FAQ|Frequently Asked Questions]] * [[CCP FAQ|Frequently Asked Questions]]

Revision as of 13:43, 12 Jun 2008

We had a problem, you kind folk suggested a solution, and the result is the LXF Community Conversion Project: a project that aims to convert 150 PDFs of LXF tutorials (and some interviews) to wiki format. If this is a success, we will add more PDFs into the mix so that the wiki can keep on growing. We want this to become a really useful resource for Linux users everywhere, and it's great to have the community help us achieve that goal.

Update: this is coming along really well. Thanks to everyone involved for your help! We've added some interviews for converting to plain text if anyone wants to chip in there too.