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rewilli -at- lexmark -dot- com wrote:
> i am fairly new to the list and to tech writing, i have a strong computer
> science background (ironically that is how i am listed in new committees...(new
> blood strong cs background) i am highly interesting in working with open source
> type of stuff. if anything i want to gain experience in the tech writing field,
> what kind of procudure would i go through to find a project of some type to work
Coming up in Part 2 of the Open Source article, Bruce discusses
the tools that Open Source writers use, opportunities available
for tech writers in the Open Source community, and resources for
finding Open Source documentation projects. Part 2 will be
available on the TECHWR-L site on Monday, 7/24.