About this manual

Who it’s written for

This manual is written for users of Miro to help them use Miro to do the things they want to do.

Who wrote it

  • Janet Dragojevic
  • Will Kahn-Greene
  • Paul Swartz

How it’s written

Will Kahn-Greene started writing this manual on a rainy Tuesday afternoon to answer basic questions that new users of Miro will have. It will help get users familiar with the interface, answer their basic “How do I...?” questions, and point them in the right direction if they have further questions.

It’s written using Emacs, Restructured Text, Sphinx, and various EtherPad instances..

Screenshots on Linux were taken using Shutter and edited in Gimp.

Screenshots on OSX were taken using Command-Shift-4 and edited in Preview (sorry).

How to help

I’d love to get help writing this. If you have ideas, questions, concerns, text, screenshots, better text, etc., send an email to will dot guaraldi at pculture dot org with the specifics.

Podcasts used

The following podcasts were used for screenshots and entertainment while writing the contents of this manual:


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