britalmeida at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 17:44:40 CET 2018
Thanks for the feedback!
The aim of the user manual is indeed to be a reference, not a tutorial.
If you find missing or confusing documentation and you don't know how to
fix it yourself, please report a bug at
https://developer.blender.org/maniphest/task/edit/form/1/ with the tag
'Documentation' instead of 'BF Blender'.
If you have an idea for an improvement, even if not perfect, you can submit
a patch. See
-- Inês Almeida / brita_
On Tue, 11 Dec 2018 at 00:40, Marc Draco <marcdraco at protonmail.com> wrote:
> What (or where) is the best place to submit contributions to the manual?
> There are a lot of areas where the manual seems to assume some prior
> knowledge (which is fine if you have it). I get that we're not writing
> tutorials (we're not, right?) but there are a lot of areas that are either
> incomplete or are confusing. I find bits and bobs out by either
> experimenting until it hurts or finding someone online who has already
> figured it out.
> I don't feel able to contribute (unedited) but I'll gladly put back some
> contributions for someone else to edit and include. Most recently I've just
> found a few bits like "Normal" baking under cycles and pole targets which
> don't seem to be well explained. Once you "get" it, they're as clear as day
> but coming in "cold" - the explanations are too technical or assume too
> much prior knowledge.
> Overall the manual is superb but these are a few of the bits I've noticed
> where I (as still very much a beginner) have stumbled.
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