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Ubuntu-Manual Project has a website now

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http://linuxers.org – http://ubuntu-manual.org. As of now, there is not much on the website except a countdown to the day of manual's release. &srcURL=http://linuxers.org&srcTitle=Linuxers'> All of you would be aware of the Ubuntu Manual project which aims to provide anything you need to know after installing Ubuntu. And you will be glad to know that this project has it own nice looking website now, http://ubuntu-manual.org. As of now, there is not much on the website except a countdown to the day of manual's release. In his blog post Martin Owens said,"It will be a good place for having howtos and classes when we run them", which it sure will be. There might be some dilemma in people's mind about having a different website for such a project other than an already existing wiki. They should definitely read this comment by Jimbo on Martin's blog. “Do you think it adds value to a project?” Durrr. Of course. Every meaningful project should have a website even if its just a page on the Ubuntu wiki. Else how are people going to find out about the project? It sounds to me like you already know the answer. Go make the kick ass website for your kick ass project already. (General)