[Haskell-cafe] Ideas

luc.taesch luc.taesch at gmail.com
Sun Aug 26 14:32:02 EDT 2007

John MacFarlane wrote:
> +++ Andrew Coppin [Aug 25 07 12:50 ]:
> I wrote a simple wiki using HAppS and pandoc.  See demonstration #15
> on the pandoc web page:
> http://sophos.berkeley.edu/macfarlane/pandoc/examples.html
Hey ! that s exactly whatI had in mind.. cool

indeed, I am toying with the idea to 
- produce book, nicely (automatically) typeset with Latex or docbook
- out of a wiki as interface ( as wikibook for instance)
- with either free and informal text , 
      - or formally ( automatically  produced) sets or reference or docs ( a
bit like literate programming embed code into the text), but these table
would be more and more refined set of requirement..

This last point  was with a software ingeniering backgroud in mind, 
ie to produce the requirement, and specification of software, , imagine a
lot of reference and cross reference to manage, and to establish
tracability..( if you heard about Cleanroom, just to examplify )

may i ask you what did you had in mind as an application when you started
that ?

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