alfs-docs

Jason Gurtz jason at tommyk.com
Wed Sep 6 14:35:39 PDT 2000


> That would be fine, I think we need a final decision on our thoughts from
> either the list or Gerard on how to proceed. I just picked up the O'Reilly
> Book on DocBook (that's a little repetitive) to give a hand.

Great!  :)
I'll get that book too.  (just started reading the website
http://www.docbook.org)

and...

Yes, I can only imagine the problems we'd have if not for RCS/CVS.

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> On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Jason Gurtz wrote:
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> >
> >
> > > Well, I'm an operations manager so I have loads of documentation
> > > experience, just not public. I've used DocBook for internal work, just
> > > never on a large project. I'd imagine I can devote an hour a day
> > > during the week, and a little more on the weekends. I'm not
> interested in
> > > being the "leader" per se, just want to use DocBook more.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > > Darren Young
> >
> >   I have less experience, but a bit more time, as I can squeeze some in
> > while I'm "at work"
> > By Less experience, I mean I don't have much at all with formatting in
> > SGML/XML; I have done some HTML.  IMHO I think most "executive
> decisions"
> > would center around what goes in what chapter, in what order...  I could
> > take the helm so to speak, but, you may be better suited, since
> you've seen
> > a project through to an end.  Maybe I can do the bulk of the
> writting, and
> > then you swoop over the ASCII with DocBook and do the formatting?
> >
> >
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