Am Mon, 2003-09-08 um 11.52 schrieb David Neary:

> Problem: Writing docs takes ages, and there are not enough people
> to do it all, and docs often need little retouching at the end
> that has to be communicated to the original author, and takes
> time to integrate, and so on.


> Solution: For a given topic, create a wikipage. Make a start on
> it (sketch paragraphs/sections, basically set up the bare bones
> of what is needed). And then propose that lots of people make
> small contributions to it.

Great idea. I like it. The only thing missing is a halfautomatic
DocBook/Wiki gateway to synchronize content between the colaboration
Wiki work and the real documentation with additional markup.


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