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From Reinhard Poetz <>
Subject Re: [docs] test publish from daisy
Date Wed, 12 Oct 2005 12:27:23 GMT
hepabolu wrote:

>> I've turned PDF's off for now. Currently the Forrest plugin does not 
>> support Daisy Books, but it should. In the meantime we can pull the 
>> published book from Daisy. This is not a problem as long as we are not 
>> trying to integrate content from different sources into the book 
>> (which at present we are not doing).
> No, I don't think integration is necessary. As stated in a previous post 
> I'm thinking about a few relatively static pages with the most prominent 
> info on Cocoon and a link to the Daisy book(s) for the actual 
> documentation.
> Since Cocoon 2.2-dev switched to Maven2 for the build I figured we might 
> as well use a part of the site building functionality in Maven.
> I'm currently filling in the blanks for the "project info" and some of 
> the "project reports", i.e. only the info that is part of the main pom.xml.
> That will give enough information to users and potential contributers to 
> get up and running and after that there's the Daisy documentation.
> This information is almost static and answers a lot of the FAQs I've 
> seen lately (i.e. SVN address, mailing lists etc.).

agreed, make things as simple as possible. We have M2 and Daisy books - that's 
all that we need, isn't it?

Reinhard Pötz           Independent Consultant, Trainer & (IT)-Coach 

{Software Engineering, Open Source, Web Applications, Apache Cocoon}


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