Sorry if I was confusing.
Submitting it in html is just fine, as per the info in the How to Contribute Papers document:
What I was trying to say is if the person who submits/contributes the original
document wants it in forrest xml, it should be submitted that way initially. Or,
as Jean was saying, if someone wants to volunteer to reformat
stuff once it is already on the site, they could volunteer to do so.
What I was volunteering to do was to update the Papers tab to point to the html document.
If you do want to reformat the document into forrest.xml I can either
a) hold off until you have it in forrest.xml or
b) update the site now with the raw html.
Please let me know what you prefer.
Satheesh Bandaram <satheesh@Sourcery.Org> wrote:
I am OK with formatting it. If forrest option is preferred, I can look
into that. I thought Jean was suggesting putting it up in HTML format?
Susan Cline wrote:
> ... Okay, I'll modify the Papers tab to include a Derby Network
> Client section and add a link to the functional spec which is in raw
> html, unless you want to format it in forrest.xml.
Jean T. Anderson wrote:
> Susan Cline wrote:
>> ... My feeling is whoever contributes a paper should take the
>> responsibility to format it in the desired way prior to asking
>> someone to update the site, just like patches need to be in a
>> specific format prior to submission.
> That much said, volunteers with cycles/desire to improve the format of
content are always welcome -- all you need do is offer and I'm sure
> you'll have many takers.