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, Amos Latteier <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes
>We all know that Zope needs better docs. To this end we've added a help
>system, API docs and a tutorial to Zope 2.2.
>Now the important work of replacing the aging guides is job number one.
>Michel Pelletier has been diligently working on a Zope book for O'Reilly
>for a number of months. I convinced him to take me on as a co-author and
>turn the book into official Zope documentation. O'Reilly is on board and
>is currently choosing between two different open content licenses. Find
>out the full scoop on the Zope Docs Wiki.
>We're excited about the book and think that it will fill an important
>hole the current official Zope docs.
>As soon as a content license is chosen we'll make our rough drafts

Why not invite authors of popular/important products to contribute their
own chapters?

Or, is this too radical <g>
Regards,  Graham Chiu
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