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From "Robert L Sowders" <>
Subject Documentation
Date Mon, 30 Sep 2002 21:01:19 GMT
Since most of the questions to tomcat-users list concern installation and 
configuration issues it demonstrates that there is a real need for Tomcat 
to have a "documentation project" that it's users can contribute to. Right 
now most of the documentation consists of the xdocs which are pretty good, 
but can be so much more.  The developers obviously have little time to 
maintain the present documentation and there is such an apparent need that 
I wonder why a project for the documentation has not been started.

There are many "doc-projects" out there to emulate.  I especially like the 
one that the apache folks have running, the new xml documentation for 
Apache 2.0 is probably the best I've seen. 

I'm sure that many people would be willing to devote some time to 
organizing and maintaining input from the community into a resource that 
would benefit everyone.  I for one would be willing to contribute, but 
right now there is nothing an nowhere to submit to.

Should the developers of Tomcat initiate a project for the documentation? 
Or should we?  The Apache folks seem to have solved this issue, it remains 
to be solved for Tomcat.
Have a look at some examples of opensouce projects which have solved their 
documentation problems:


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