We need "Documentation"
20 Dec 2001 12:33:07 +0200
EO> Hi Hal,
EO> On Thursday 13 December 2001 20:47, Hal Daume III wrote:
>> I think we should move this off the mailing list. I'm willing to
>> spear-head such an effort. Anyone who is interested in contributing,
>> please email me. I'll compile a list of people and we can figure out
>> what we want to do.
EO> I think it's okay to discuss in haskell-cafe.
Well, original author decided to took discussion off-list ...
EO> I'd like to contribute too but I have little time nowadays trying to
EO> finish writing my msc. thesis. I do have a few suggestions though:
EO> 1. Using wiki does not seem to be a bad idea. You may also consider
EO> using a word processing system such as LaTeX though. It's easy to
EO> convert LaTeX to html and it yields very quality prints as you all
EO> know. However, for true collaboration wiki is the king. There is
EO> already a nice Haskell wiki appropriate for such a project IIRC.
But Wiki at haskell.org has many limitations :( Does someone know nice Wiki
interface which combines Wiki's ease of use and CVS-like revision
management and conflict resolution? Most implementations I've seen does not
seem to deal well with several ppl editing same page at once - changes
often got lost....
Dmitry Astapov //ADEpt E-mail: email@example.com
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