On 2007.08.31, Tom Jackson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Although it is easy to try to jump in and start documenting stuff,
> there is so little current documentation that there might be an
> opportunity to rethink how to do this.

Agreed.  How do other, successfull, open source projects--as well as
closed-source commercial projects--get documentation written?  Through
my own personal (anecdotal) experience, the lead engineers are not the
ones that do the majority of the documentation writing.

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