corey.burger at gmail.com
Wed Mar 30 08:16:19 UTC 2005
I haven't look at it at all beyond that I know it exists.
I would love to get further into Python stuff. I began teaching myself
late last year but kind of stalled recently.
On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 17:42:30 +1000, Nick Loeve <ubuntu at trickie.org> wrote:
> Corey Burger wrote:
> > Mark,
> > As the major proponent of wiki-for-everything, and the one that got
> > into that flame war about wikis, I can say that all Sean says is
> > exactly what we discussed and how it ideally should work.
> > The major project I will be working on for breezy will be FAQ and
> > HOWTO documents. Small, bitesized and task oriented docs for specific
> > things. This is the sort of project that can be done very well in a
> > wiki, and displayed very well in the same.
> > There is a project, written in PHP, called docbook wiki. While I
> > understand that PHP is not the language of choice, the developers of
> > that may be able to help with extending zwiki in a similar direction.
> > http://doc-book.sourceforge.net/
> > Corey Burger
> Hi Corey,
> Looks like a cool app. How far have you got with it?
> If you haven't gotten too far, maybe we should try to extend Moin to do
> something similar? We could use the docteam SVN too, instead of CVS.
> I have not used Moin, so i do not know if it is a Zope app or what, but
> as a fellow PHP'er, maybe we can dive-into-python together :) All Puns
> trickie (Nick Loeve)
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