French Manual on Scribus released

Published July 22, 2011

Great news from the Floss Manuals community: the french-speaking branch of that international group of volunteers, dedicated to the creation of documentation for open source software, has just produced a new user manual for Scribus, probably the most full-featured free desktop publishing tool (i.e. an alternative to proprietary products such as InDesign or QuarkXPress).

The writing occurred in the frame of a five-day writing sprint, held in Strasbourg in July 6-10 2011, which gathered six authors from France, Canada, Switzerland, and Niger (more details here).

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This book is the fourth production of Floss Manuals Francophone, founded in 2010, which has already facilitated books about Processing, PureData, and Thunderbird.

Related Links:
Scribus: http://www.scribus.net/
Floss Manuals Francophone: http://fr.flossmanuals.net/
Floss Manuals Global: http://en.flossmanuals.net/

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