[SM-Discuss] CMS talks (was Re: website)
dkowis at shlrm.org
Fri Oct 20 12:34:47 EDT 2006
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Mathieu L. wrote:
> I agree that we need more docs. However, we already have quite a few
> howtos and such, and it seems to me that the priority would be to have
> them back online in a relatively attractive way. Hence the need to
> quickly choose something so that the rdp team can start working on
> having those docs online.
Nope. Just write them and they'll appear online. Plain text is
sufficient. It's the knowledge that we're trying to impart. Not "ooh it
looks pretty it must be good."
> Besides, even though it's silly that way, a nice website is more likely
> to get people in the mood to contribute to that site and write docs for
Good documentation promotes more use. Just write them in plain text, and
it's easy to convert them to whatever format we choose, or keep them in
plain text. The content is infinitely more important than how it's
presented. Especially since we can get it to look pretty good in plain text.
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