From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-11-24 16:12:10
> I did quite a bit of re-arranging and editing of the existing material,
> and for this the Wiki was very useful. I'd guess that for documentation
> in the early stages, with frequent major updates and rewrites, a Wiki
> would be ideal. I'm not convinced it would be useful for established
> documentation where changes are usually limited to bug fixes.
> Now all you need is a DocBook Wiki :)
Actually I think the Linux Documentation folks have thought of this
Unfortunately, the actual wiki seems to be offline, and I didn't
find any conversion tools. That said, it sure would be nice to
have something that would at least do a first pass on stuff.
That way we could flesh out the structure on the Wiki and when
things have stabilized convert to docbook....
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