Documentation on wiki?
mmassonnet at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 01:40:00 CET 2006
Mon, 04 Dec 2006 15:31:14 -0800 - "Brian J. Tarricone"
<bjt23 at cornell.edu> wrote :
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> Mike Massonnet wrote:
> > Sun, 3 Dec 2006 13:42:52 +0100 - "Nick Schermer"
> > <nickschermer at gmail.com> wrote :
> >> If some developers have problems with removing the docbooks, I'm
> >> not going to put time in this. Three (website/wiki/local)
> >> (slightly) different docs for each project, create by the same
> >> group of developers is just ridiculous. To sync those 3 medium
> >> will take too much time and only makes it harder for users.
> > How about maintaining the docbooks on the wiki? With this plugin
> > there is the possibility: http://wiki.splitbrain.org/plugin:docbook.
> Unless I'm mistaken that plugin is the reverse of what we need. It
> takes a docbook file and converts to HTML, which we can already do.
> If it could take wiki markup and convert that to docbook (which could
> later be exported as HTML in a way that could be distributed with the
> packages properly), then that would be useful.
Mmhmm, I thought people could write in docbook syntax directly,
because this plugin helps to type directly in docbook syntax in any
wiki page ^_^ I don't know such a plugin, all I've found on the
dokuwiki wiki is a discussion about exporting as docbook
http://massonnet.org/ Mike Massonnet (mmassonnet) _
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