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From David Crossley <cross...@indexgeo.com.au>
Subject Re: Commons web site?
Date Wed, 12 Dec 2001 14:20:51 GMT
Has there been any progress on the shell for xdocs?
I have just joined this project, having started at Cocoon.
One of the things that i can help with is documentation.
However, i am a follower. When there is a shell for
documentation and a build.xml then i can help.

Yes Don, i too think that we should stick with the
document DTD and stylesheet that is currently used
by other Apache XML projects. If they move to some
other DTD/XSL, we will then be able to go with them.

It would be nice to use Cocoon to build the docs, which
is how Jakarta Avalon does it.
--David Crossley
 
On 2001-11-06 Donald_Leslie@lotus.com wrote:
> Yes, I would be happy to set up preliminary doc "shell" for
> xml-commons. Until we make a general shift to another
> doctype (a DocBook subset it sounds like), I I think we should
> use the "standard" XML project doctypes: book, s1, faqs.
>  -- Don
> 
> > On 11/05/2001 Shane Curcuru wrote:
> > To:   commons-dev@xml.apache.org
> > cc:   donald_leslie@lotus.com
> > 
> > Yes, I've been meaning to do exactly this, but 1) not enough
> > time, and 2) I always take a while setting up a project because
> > I have to get it just right, and I want to make sure we go the
> > XML docs route (checkin some format .xml docs to xdocs/ and
> > then have them built at first just into the static HTML we'll post
> > on the webpage)
> > 
> > Maybe Don, Xalan's documentation guy who has been following
> > the threads on general@xml a bit about documentation sets, can
> > help out with providing a framework for the first few pages for
> > xml-commons?  (I.e.  if I have skeletons, I'm more likely to whip
> > up content to fit in them)
> > 
> > - Overview
> > - Participating/Guidelines
> > - DOM files - talk about where they came from, that they are
> > level 2, and who we talk to about new versions or reporting
> > bugs (i.e. to W3C)
> > - SAX files - etc, to sax.sourceforge.com
> > - JAXP files - etc., to Sun, via edwingo
> > 
> > - Shane
> > ---- you "Theodore W. Leung" <twleung@sauria.com> wrote ----
> > > Hi,
> > > 
> > > We're working on shaping up the xml.apache.org website.
> > > Right now there's no pages for the commons project.
> > > Is there someone who is motivated to put something together
> > > describing what commons is all about?
> > > 
> > > Ted



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