Christopher Rasch wrote: > Thanks! How should we contribute to the User Guide? It doesn't appear > to be user editable: > > http://wtr.rubyforge.org/watir_user_guide.html > This HTML file is stored in our SVN repository.
I think one question Zeljko needs to address is what form he wants it to be. I think he said something about breaking it into separate files, which is fine. Another option is to migrate it to the wiki, which would make eat easier to get contributions from others... > Is this the wiki we should be editing? > > http://wiki.openqa.org/display/WTR/Project+Home > > Feel free to add my tutorial for installing FireWatir on Mac OS X > (Intel) (or let me know where I should add it): > > http://crasch.livejournal.com/550521.html#cutid1 > Yes this is our wiki. Anybody can edit the wiki. If you see something that could be improved please just go ahead and make the change. If you have bold changes you are considering, but would like review first, you can always create a new page with the changes and then solicit review. > Under what license do you publish the Watir documention? > I suppose it is covered by the same BSD license that covers the code. Why do you ask? Do you have suggestions or concerns? Bret _______________________________________________ Wtr-general mailing list Wtremail@example.com http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/wtr-general