# [QGIS Commit] r14783 - in docs/tags: . 1.6.0_user_guide 1.6.0_user_guide/features_at_a_glance_screenies 1.6.0_user_guide/getting_started_screenies 1.6.0_user_guide/working_with_vector_screenies

svn_qgis at osgeo.org svn_qgis at osgeo.org
Mon Nov 29 05:34:30 EST 2010

Author: dassau
Date: 2010-11-29 02:34:30 -0800 (Mon, 29 Nov 2010)
New Revision: 14783

docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/features_at_a_glance_screenies/startup.png
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/getting_started_screenies/simple_session.png
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/help_and_support.tex
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/preamble.tex
Removed:
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/features_at_a_glance_screenies/startup.png
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/getting_started_screenies/simple_session.png
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/help_and_support.tex
docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/preamble.tex
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--- docs/trunk/english_us/user_guide/help_and_support.tex	2010-11-29 01:47:52 UTC (rev 14781)
+++ docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/help_and_support.tex	2010-11-29 10:34:30 UTC (rev 14783)
@@ -1,116 +0,0 @@
-%  !TeX  root  =  user_guide.tex
-
-\chapter{Help and Support}\label{label_helpsupport}
-
-% when the revision of a section has been finalized,
-% comment out the following line:
-% \updatedisclaimer
-
-\section{Mailinglists}
-QGIS is under active development and as such it won't always work like
-you expect it to. The preferred way to get help is by joining the qgis-users
-benefit others.
-
-\minisec{qgis-users}
-This mailing list is used for discussion of QGIS in general, as well as
-specific questions regarding its installation and use. You can subscribe to
-the qgis-users mailing list by visiting the following URL: \\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-user}
-
-\minisec{fossgis-talk-liste}
-For the german speaking audience the german FOSSGIS e.V. provides the
-fossgis-talk-liste mailing list. This mailing list is used for discussion of
-open source GIS in general including QGIS. You can subscribe to the
-fossgis-talk-liste mailing list by visiting the following URL: \\
-\url{https://lists.fossgis.de/mailman/listinfo/fossgis-talk-liste}
-
-\minisec{qgis-developer}
-If you are a developer facing problems of a more technical nature, you may
-want to join the qgis-developer mailing list here:\\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-developer}
-
-\minisec{qgis-commit}
-Each time a commit is made to the QGIS code repository an email is posted to
-this list. If you want to be up to date with every change to the current code
-base, you can subscribe to this list at:\\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-commit}
-
-\minisec{qgis-trac}
-This list provides email notification related to project management,
-including bug reports, tasks, and feature requests. You can subscribe to this
-list at:\\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-trac}
-
-\minisec{qgis-community-team}
-This list deals with topics like documentation, context help, user-guide,
-online experience including web sites, blog, mailing lists, forums, and
-translation efforts. If you like to work on the user-guide as well, this list
-is a good starting point to ask your questions. You can subscribe to this
-list at:\\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-community-team}
-
-\minisec{qgis-release-team}
-This list deals with topics like the release process, packaging binaries for
-various OS and announcing new releases to the world at large. You can
-subscribe to this list at:\\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-release-team}
-
-\minisec{qgis-psc}
-This list is used to discuss Steering Committee issues related to overall
-management and direction of Quantum GIS. You can subscribe to this list at:\\
-\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-psc}
-
-You are welcome to subscribe to any of the lists. Please remember to
-Note that the qgis-commit and qgis-trac are designed for notification only
-and not meant for user postings.
-
-\section{IRC}
-We also maintain a presence on IRC - visit us by joining the \#qgis channel on
-\url{irc.freenode.net}. Please wait around for a response to your question as many
-folks on the channel are doing other things and it may take a while for them to
-notice your question. Commercial support for QGIS is also available.
-
-If you missed a discussion on IRC, not a problem! We log all discussion so you can
-easily catch up. Just go to \url{http://logs.qgis.org} and read the IRC-logs.
-
-\section{BugTracker}
-While the qgis-users mailing list is useful for general 'how do I do xyz in
-QGIS' type questions, you may wish to notify us about bugs in QGIS. You can
-submit bug reports using the QGIS bug tracker at \url{https://trac.osgeo.org/qgis/}.
-When creating a new ticket for a bug, please provide an email
-
-mind that your bug may not always enjoy the priority you might hope for
-(depending on its severity). Some bugs may require significant
-developer effort to remedy and the manpower is not always available for this.
-
-Feature requests can be submitted as well using the same ticket system as for bugs.
-Please make sure to select the type \usertext{enhancement}.
-
-If you have found a bug and fixed it yourself you can submit this patch also.
-Again, the lovely trac ticketsystem at \url{https://trac.osgeo.org/qgis/} has this
-type as well. Select \usertext{patch} from the type-menu. Someone of the
-developers will review it and apply it to QGIS. \\
-Please don't be alarmed if your patch is not applied straight away - developers
-may be tied up with other committments.
-
-% unused, since community.qgis.org seems to be lost. (SH)
-% There is also a community site for QGIS where we encourage QGIS users to share
-% their experiences and provide case studies about how they are using QGIS. The
-% community site is available at: http://community.qgis.org
-
-\section{Blog}
-The QGIS-community also runs a weblog (BLOG) at \url{http://blog.qgis.org}
-which has some interesting articles for users and developers as well.
-You are invited to contribute to the blog after registering yourself!
-
-\section{Wiki}
-Lastly, we maintain a WIKI web site at \url{http://www.qgis.org/wiki} where you
-can find a variety of useful information relating to QGIS development,
-Check it out, there are some goodies inside!
-

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--- docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/help_and_support.tex	                        (rev 0)
+++ docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/help_and_support.tex	2010-11-29 10:34:30 UTC (rev 14783)
@@ -0,0 +1,129 @@
+%  !TeX  root  =  user_guide.tex
+
+\chapter{Help and Support}\label{label_helpsupport}
+
+% when the revision of a section has been finalized,
+% comment out the following line:
+% \updatedisclaimer
+
+\section{Mailinglists}
+QGIS is under active development and as such it won't always work like
+you expect it to. The preferred way to get help is by joining the qgis-users
+benefit others.
+
+\minisec{qgis-users}
+This mailing list is used for discussion of QGIS in general, as well as
+specific questions regarding its installation and use. You can subscribe to
+the qgis-users mailing list by visiting the following URL: \\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-user}
+
+\minisec{fossgis-talk-liste}
+For the german speaking audience the german FOSSGIS e.V. provides the
+fossgis-talk-liste mailing list. This mailing list is used for discussion of
+open source GIS in general including QGIS. You can subscribe to the
+fossgis-talk-liste mailing list by visiting the following URL: \\
+\url{https://lists.fossgis.de/mailman/listinfo/fossgis-talk-liste}
+
+\minisec{qgis-developer}
+If you are a developer facing problems of a more technical nature, you may
+want to join the qgis-developer mailing list here:\\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-developer}
+
+\minisec{qgis-commit}
+Each time a commit is made to the QGIS code repository an email is posted to
+this list. If you want to be up to date with every change to the current code
+base, you can subscribe to this list at:\\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-commit}
+
+\minisec{qgis-trac}
+This list provides email notification related to project management,
+including bug reports, tasks, and feature requests. You can subscribe to this
+list at:\\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-trac}
+
+\minisec{qgis-community-team}
+This list deals with topics like documentation, context help, user-guide,
+online experience including web sites, blog, mailing lists, forums, and
+translation efforts. If you like to work on the user-guide as well, this list
+is a good starting point to ask your questions. You can subscribe to this
+list at:\\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-community-team}
+
+\minisec{qgis-release-team}
+This list deals with topics like the release process, packaging binaries for
+various OS and announcing new releases to the world at large. You can
+subscribe to this list at:\\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-release-team}
+
+\minisec{qgis-tr}
+
+This list deals with the translation efforts. If you like to work on the translation
+of the manuals or the graphical user interface (GUI), this list is a good starting
+
+\minisec{qgis-edu}
+
+This list deals with QGIS education efforts. If you like to work on qgis education
+materials, this list is a good starting point to ask your questions.
+
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-edu}
+
+\minisec{qgis-psc}
+This list is used to discuss Steering Committee issues related to overall
+management and direction of Quantum GIS. You can subscribe to this list at:\\
+\url{http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-psc}
+
+You are welcome to subscribe to any of the lists. Please remember to
+Note that the qgis-commit and qgis-trac are designed for notification only
+and not meant for user postings.
+
+\section{IRC}
+We also maintain a presence on IRC - visit us by joining the \#qgis channel on
+\url{irc.freenode.net}. Please wait around for a response to your question as many
+folks on the channel are doing other things and it may take a while for them to
+notice your question. Commercial support for QGIS is also available.
+
+If you missed a discussion on IRC, not a problem! We log all discussion so you can
+easily catch up. Just go to \url{http://logs.qgis.org} and read the IRC-logs.
+
+\section{BugTracker}
+While the qgis-users mailing list is useful for general 'how do I do xyz in
+QGIS' type questions, you may wish to notify us about bugs in QGIS. You can
+submit bug reports using the QGIS bug tracker at \url{https://trac.osgeo.org/qgis/}.
+When creating a new ticket for a bug, please provide an email
+
+mind that your bug may not always enjoy the priority you might hope for
+(depending on its severity). Some bugs may require significant
+developer effort to remedy and the manpower is not always available for this.
+
+Feature requests can be submitted as well using the same ticket system as for bugs.
+Please make sure to select the type \usertext{enhancement}.
+
+If you have found a bug and fixed it yourself you can submit this patch also.
+Again, the lovely trac ticketsystem at \url{https://trac.osgeo.org/qgis/} has this
+type as well. Select \usertext{patch} from the type-menu. Someone of the
+developers will review it and apply it to QGIS. \\
+Please don't be alarmed if your patch is not applied straight away - developers
+may be tied up with other committments.
+
+% unused, since community.qgis.org seems to be lost. (SH)
+% There is also a community site for QGIS where we encourage QGIS users to share
+% their experiences and provide case studies about how they are using QGIS. The
+% community site is available at: http://community.qgis.org
+
+\section{Blog}
+The QGIS-community also runs a weblog (BLOG) at \url{http://blog.qgis.org}
+which has some interesting articles for users and developers as well.
+You are invited to contribute to the blog after registering yourself!
+
+\section{Wiki}
+Lastly, we maintain a WIKI web site at \url{http://www.qgis.org/wiki} where you
+can find a variety of useful information relating to QGIS development,
+Check it out, there are some goodies inside!
+

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--- docs/trunk/english_us/user_guide/preamble.tex	2010-11-29 01:47:52 UTC (rev 14781)
+++ docs/tags/1.6.0_user_guide/preamble.tex	2010-11-29 10:34:30 UTC (rev 14783)
@@ -1,78 +0,0 @@
-%  !TeX  root  =  user_guide.tex
-\frontmatter
-\pagestyle{scrplain}
-\vspace{1cm}
-
-% when the revision of a section has been finalized,
-% comment out the following line:
-%\updatedisclaimer
-
-This document is the original user guide of the described
-software Quantum GIS. The software and hardware described in this
-document are in most cases registered trademarks and are therefore subject
-to the legal requirements. Quantum GIS is subject to the GNU General Public
-\url{http://www.qgis.org}.
-\par\bigskip
-The details, data, results etc.~in this document have been
-written and verified to the best of knowledge and responsibility of the
-authors and editors. Nevertheless, mistakes concerning the content are possible.
-\par\bigskip
-Therefore, all data are not liable to any duties or guarantees. The authors, editors
-and publishers do not take any responsibility or liability for failures and
-their consequences. Your are always welcome to indicate possible mistakes.
-\par\bigskip
-This document has been typeset with \LaTeX. It is available as \LaTeX~source
-code via \href{http://wiki.qgis.org/qgiswiki/DocumentationWritersCorner}{subversion}
-and online as PDF document via \url{http://qgis.osgeo.org/documentation/manuals.html}.
-
-\vspace{1cm}
-\noindent
-\par\bigskip
-This document contains internal and external links.  Clicking on an
-internal link moves within the document, while clicking on an external link
-opens an internet address.  In PDF form, internal links are shown in blue,
-while external links are shown in red and are handled by the
-system browser. In HTML form, the browser displays and handles both
-identically.
-
-\newpage
-
-\begin{flushleft}
-\textbf{User, Installation and Coding Guide Authors and Editors:}
-  \par\bigskip\noindent
-\begin{tabular}{p{4cm} p{4cm} p{4cm}}
-Tara Athan & Radim Blazek & Godofredo Contreras \\
-Otto Dassau & Martin Dobias & Peter Ersts \\
-Anne Ghisla & Stephan Holl & N. Horning \\
-Magnus Homann & K. Koy & Lars Luthman \\
-Werner Macho & Carson J.Q. Farmer & Tyler Mitchell \\
-Claudia A. Engel & Brendan Morely & David Willis \\
-Jürgen E. Fischer & Marco Hugentobler & Gavin Macaulay \\
-Gary E. Sherman & Tim Sutton \\ \
-\end{tabular}
-\end{flushleft}
-
-With thanks to Bertrand Masson for the layout, to Tisham Dhar for preparing the initial msys (MS Windows)
-environment documentation, to Tom Elwertowski and William Kyngesburye for
-help in the MAC OSX Installation Section and to Carlos Dávila, Paolo
-Cavallini and Christian Gunning for revisions. If we have neglected to
-mention any contributors, please accept our apologies for this oversight.
-\par\bigskip\noindent
-\par\bigskip\noindent
-\textbf{Internet :} \url{http://www.qgis.org}
-
-
-Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under
-the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later
-Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts.  A copy of the
-license is included in section \ref{label_fdl} entitled "GNU Free Documentation

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@@ -0,0 +1,80 @@
+%  !TeX  root  =  user_guide.tex
+\frontmatter
+\pagestyle{scrplain}
+\vspace{1cm}
+
+% when the revision of a section has been finalized,
+% comment out the following line:
+%\updatedisclaimer
+
+This document is the original user guide of the described
+software Quantum GIS. The software and hardware described in this
+document are in most cases registered trademarks and are therefore subject
+to the legal requirements. Quantum GIS is subject to the GNU General Public
+\url{http://www.qgis.org}.
+\par\bigskip
+The details, data, results etc.~in this document have been
+written and verified to the best of knowledge and responsibility of the
+authors and editors. Nevertheless, mistakes concerning the content are possible.
+\par\bigskip
+Therefore, all data are not liable to any duties or guarantees. The authors, editors
+and publishers do not take any responsibility or liability for failures and
+their consequences. Your are always welcome to indicate possible mistakes.
+\par\bigskip
+This document has been typeset with \LaTeX. It is available as \LaTeX~source
+code via \href{http://wiki.qgis.org/qgiswiki/DocumentationWritersCorner}{subversion}
+and online as PDF document via \url{http://qgis.osgeo.org/documentation/manuals.html}.
+
+\vspace{1cm}
+\noindent
+\par\bigskip
+This document contains internal and external links.  Clicking on an
+internal link moves within the document, while clicking on an external link
+opens an internet address.  In PDF form, internal links are shown in blue,
+while external links are shown in red and are handled by the
+system browser. In HTML form, the browser displays and handles both
+identically.
+
+\newpage
+
+\begin{flushleft}
+\textbf{User, Installation and Coding Guide Authors and Editors:}
+  \par\bigskip\noindent
+\begin{tabular}{p{4cm} p{4cm} p{4cm}}
+Tara Athan & Radim Blazek & Godofredo Contreras \\
+Otto Dassau & Martin Dobias & Peter Ersts \\
+Anne Ghisla & Stephan Holl & N. Horning \\
+Magnus Homann & K. Koy & Lars Luthman \\
+Werner Macho & Carson J.Q. Farmer & Tyler Mitchell \\
+Claudia A. Engel & Brendan Morely & David Willis \\
+Jürgen E. Fischer & Marco Hugentobler & Gavin Macaulay \\
+Gary E. Sherman & Tim Sutton \\ \
+\end{tabular}
+\end{flushleft}
+
+With thanks to Bertrand Masson for the layout, to Tisham Dhar for preparing the initial msys (MS Windows)
+environment documentation, to Tom Elwertowski and William Kyngesburye for
+help in the MAC OSX Installation Section and to Carlos Dávila, Paolo
+Cavallini and Christian Gunning for revisions. If we have neglected to
+mention any contributors, please accept our apologies for this oversight.
+\par\bigskip\noindent
+\par\bigskip\noindent
+\textbf{Internet :} \url{http://www.qgis.org}
+
+
+Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under
+the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3 or any later
+Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts.  A copy of the
+license is included in section \ref{label_fdl} entitled "GNU Free Documentation
+
+\newpage