sorry, i meant wiki as a shorthand for software revision control, so that there is a trace history of edits and the database can be exported at a given revision.
interesting ideas however, i admit i'm not completely familiar with the JSON format, but i do understand the basis behind this request. definitely something to think about. dmotd On Friday 10 April 2009 05:56:54 glerm soares wrote: > 2009/4/9 dmotd <dm...@gmx.net> > > > what i am interested in developing is a wiki that > > incorporates the pd patcher paradigm, so that reference > > material and examples can be submitted as pd-code. > > This is so far the best solution. > > But why wiki? I think it should be done in a customized CMS, > something made with some python parsers and a MVC web framework > like Django... (Ruby fans will say Ruby on Rails, but you got the > idea)... > > This could be a good reason to think about a > "Puredata_abstraction to JSON"parser, that was discussed in other > thread (DIY GSoC)... Since JSON can be parsed even to a RSS > format easily... See that? Read new patches docs at the RSS news? > > Than also the string issues could be solved editing .pd > documentation in text based editors. And even some web based > WSIWYG editor that would generate "pd readable" > documentation.... :) > Could be? > > > té+ > > glerm _______________________________________________ Pdfirstname.lastname@example.org mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management -> http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list