Justin C. Sherrill
justin at shiningsilence.com
Mon Nov 29 12:08:30 PST 2004
> But I don't think we
> can use Wiki as a basis for the documentation... it doesn't have a
> formal enough infrastructure to serve as a good basis.
Oh, I'm not suggesting _that_. I just want to get over the hurdle of
adding documentation. I've had a good number of people propose
documentation additions or new content, but none of it has happened,
because there's so many hoops to jump through. I'm to the point where I
take plaintext from others and mark it up myself, and that's turning me
into a bottleneck.
Just having it on the web would be nice - I suspect a majority of the
usage comes from online reading, in any case.
> If someone wants to write a Wiki-generator from the documentation and
> a patch generator to deal with changes
Should be possible, as that's how Wikis work - tracking revisions. I
guess I just cut this task out for myself.
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