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From Dain Sundstrom <>
Subject Re: Manual
Date Wed, 21 Jul 2004 03:02:24 GMT
I personally think the wiki is the best place to develop documentation, 
because everyone can participate.  The issue is our wiki software is... 
lets say difficult.  James Strachan has a neat utility for Confluence 
wiki, which Codehaus uses, that converts the wiki markup to html, pdf 
and runs all the test cases coded into the wiki.  I would like to 
follow a similar route for our docs where we develop them on the wiki 
and regularly stamp them and check them into the project xdocs.

Does anyone know what we need to do to get Confluence running at Apache?


On Jul 20, 2004, at 2:46 PM, Aaron Mulder wrote:

> 	I think I'm climbing out from under my rock, at least a little
> bit, and I'd like to start work on a manual.  If I can produce a HTML
> version, what's the best way to get it included on the 
> web site?  I'm thinking we should add a Documentation link to the left
> navigation bar (probably under the "Geronimo" header) and then on that
> page include a link to the HTML manual as well as to the Maven FAQ and
> perhaps a couple Wiki links to flesh it out.
> Thanks,
> 	Aaron

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