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Call to arms: Bringing Qt 5's documentation up to professional quality
Qt 5's release is around the corner. One thing that could stand in the way of the release is unfinished and unpolished documentation, which could be a stumbling block for newcomers who're trying out Qt. There's still lots to be done, and the documentation team is looking for some help: http://lists.qt-project.org/pipermail/development/2012-November/007998.html
Since the documentation is embedded within Qt's open source code, anybody can contribute. I thought it'd be fantastic if the community got involved. If you're able and willing to lend a hand, please check out the mailing link above, and the "documentation renewal project page":http://community.kde.org/Qt5/Documentation !