From the feedback mailinglist: how about a Windows-Linux Analogy HOWTO? This would be a HOWTO describing what to do in order to run your favorite Microsoft Windows tasks and programs on a Linux machine. If you ever had trouble migrating and you found solutions, then your input might be of great value! There is a resource at http://www.ndeepak.info/stuff/linux/linapps.php that attempts at helping the users of MS Windows to make an easy transition from their OS to GNU/Linux.
It seems there is some confusion about this section. So, in order to make it extra clear for the reader:
The purpose of this section is to help authors gather feedback. Your constructive criticism is very welcome!
Rahul Sundaram was looking into GNU FDL issues in Debian and asked if OPL (Open Publication License http://www.opencontent.org/opl.shtml) without any restrictions had any issues and what people think in general about documentation licenses. David Lawyer said that that LDP needs to create it's own license and prevent documentation abuse. Andy Oram suggested that the LDP should contact the Creative Commons for help. Somewhere in the discussion, Colin Watson explained why Rodolfo J. Paiz's ideas of protection of documentation were not in the spirit of freedom and how freedom applied to documentation just like it would apply to software.
The Linux Documentation Project (TLDP) is working on developing free, high quality documentation for the GNU/Linux operating system. Announcements about TLDP are made via <firstname.lastname@example.org>. If you want to help TLDP, take a look at the tasks page, and consider joining <email@example.com>.
Help us create this newsletter. We need volunteers who follow the community (mailing lists, newsgroups, web channels) and report events related to free software documentation. Write to us at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
LDP Weekly News is compiled and edited by Machtelt Garrels and Y Giridhar Appaji Nag with help from several other people.