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Looking for a proof reader who uses libreOffice writer

I took on a project to help improve the English grammer, spelling and accuracy of the Fedora documentation. I have proofed marked up one document "Release notes". I would like to back-port this marked up text to asciidoc, the documentation tool used by Fedora Project. I am looking for someone to proof /accept/reject/replace/comment/ my proof work.

asciidoc is a great tool, but it is not (my limited knowledge) designed for markups, ability to see the before/after changes with a click of a mouse button, or to have single / group collaboration.

Would someone like to read my proof'd text and provide feedback?

Looking for a proof reader who uses libreOffice writer

I took on a project to help improve the English grammer, spelling and accuracy of the Fedora documentation. I took a "Release Notes" copy from the web and I have proofed marked up one document "Release notes".

The asciidoc facility has a proof-read comment, but it is not collaborative as per my experience with Technical wriiting.

Before I would like to back-port this marked up text to asciidoc, the documentation tool used by Fedora Project. I would like the LO documentation markups I created to be viewed, accepted and rejected, I am looking for someone to proof /accept/reject/replace/comment/ my proof work.

asciidoc is a great tool, but it is not (my limited knowledge) designed for markups, ability to see the before/after changes with a click of a mouse button, or to have single / group collaboration.

Would someone like to read my proof'd text and provide feedback?

Looking for a proof reader who uses libreOffice writer

I took on a project to help improve the English grammer, spelling and accuracy of the Fedora documentation. I took a "Release Notes" copy from the web and I have proofed marked up one document "Release notes".

The asciidoc facility has a proof-read comment, but it is not collaborative as per my experience with Technical wriiting.

Before I back-port this marked up text to asciidoc, the documentation tool used by Fedora Project. I would like the LO documentation markups I created to be viewed, accepted and rejected, I am looking for someone to proof /accept/reject/replace/comment/ my proof work.

asciidoc is a great tool, but it is not (my limited knowledge) designed for markups, ability to see the before/after changes with a click of a mouse button, or to have single / group collaboration.

Would someone like to read my proof'd text and provide feedback?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/v2jfs52qx1jom31/ReleaseNotesEdited.odt?dl=0