Re: Interactive Documentation — what's needed?
josh at dvcreators.net
Tue Oct 23 17:40:04 EDT 2007
It would take me a few hours (mostly to export/import/format the
current doc content)
The cost would be, I will do it if enough people say they'll use it!
Editing authority is pretty easy, invite anyone to have an account,
since there is an infinite revision history it would be easy to
revert in case of spam (just like wikipedia)
On Oct 18, 2007, at 10:09 AM, Paul Gabel wrote:
> Could somebody lay out what would be involved in organizing and
> maintaining an interactive user manual? What skills would be
> needed? How much time? Financial investment? How would it be set
> up? Editing authority? etc.
> Paul Gabel
> On Oct 18, 2007, at 5:40 AM, Mikey wrote:
>> Since you failed to use the haiku form, Dr. Miller, I will lend my
>> User Manual
>> Written With Others In Mind
>> Who will tend to it?
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