Hello, I had seen a site new.zope.org coming up sometime back which was using Sphinx for the documentation of Zope 3. Though there was never a public announcement of the website on this mailing list. The approach seemed promising. It somehow supported integration of work from multiple contributers from different websites. For example, z3c.form documentation was integrated from Paul Cauldner's website. Unfortunately today it seems that the website has gone somewhere else and I don't know where it is. Further digging shows that its now accessible at http://docs.zope.org/. I think I missed out when this change happened.
There seems to be another thing coming up (which I noticed today). http://docs.zope.org/zopetoolkit/ . Seems like zope 3 is going to be called zope toolkit from 3.5 onwards. I have accidentally discovered it today. This site is also developed in Sphinx. I am not sure what is the process for contributing to these documentation websites Overall, to me it seems that Sphinx based documentation is better compared to a Wiki based documentation. One can focus on writing documentation using simple text editors. The http://www.zope.org/ website talks about becoming a contributor, but thats focused on becoming a developer. May be some more information can be provided for becoming a documentation contributor. - Shailesh On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 6:25 PM, Massimiliano della Rovere < massimiliano.dellarov...@gmail.com> wrote: > I was thinking about the idea of creating a wiki including classes, > functions, examples and concepts about zope3, similar to the php > documentation and more firendly than ++apidoc++ > > If such a project were started, would you be interested in partecipating? > _______________________________________________ > Zope3-users mailing list > Zope3email@example.com > http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users >
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