Apr19 TUG news: accessibility grant, season of docs, conferences, ctan
linguafalsa at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 21:54:21 CEST 2019
> Google does not claim any rights
> to the documentation.
But according to the https://developers.google.com/terms/ the above is not
explicitly stated. And what a bunch of terms!
Karl, when I read the following from
Build a documentation site on a platform to be decided by the technical
>> writer and open source mentor, and publish an initial set of basic
>> documents on the site. Examples of platforms include:
>> Read the Docs
> A static site generator such as Hugo, Jekyll, Sphinx, and more
> GitHub Pages
Since I have prior experience with the above, I thought, 'what a nice
idea!' I truly did.
But the idea is also to have something constructive in the end. And I think
I was also very clear about this.
Someone may say: 'And who asked for your opinion?' And I would reply to
give me a reason, and a valid reason that is, or else zip it, as to why do
I have to hold my opinion. I don't have to hold my opinion. You either like
it, you dislike it, or the person asking this preconceived set of rules
should hold his/her opinions in return. Perhaps then, constructive
dialogue, although unlikely, may be possible.
And I don't want to engage on a tit-for-tat reciprocity either. So let's
On Sun, Apr 7, 2019 at 4:59 PM Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org> wrote:
> Hi Carlos,
> So this is a competition
> It's not a competition, as far as the work that gets done.
> that benefits only Google and its affiliated
> companies and its shares, right?
> Whatever documentation that results is freely available for the projects
> or anyone else to use, going forward. Google does not claim any rights
> to the documentation. (Like Google's Summer of Code.)
> The people doing the writing get some money, and the projects doing the
> mentoring get some documentation. What Google gets is access to a pool
> of people they might want to hire.
> Whether TUG will participate, I don't know. --best, karl.
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