On May 31, 2005, at 11:03, Sam Andrews wrote:
there must be some sort of collaborative web
application out there
that could be used to author a manual from the user base -
something that allows sections and subsections to be created, and
has some sort of simple revision tracking.
Indeed there is! :) And I also do run Hieraki, but I never got
started on the actual manual, I thought it best to have at least some
structure before inviting peers, but I guess nothing is lost by
revealing the secret location of this system:
i don't use half the features of textmate, but
would happily proof/
edit/tidy/re-write on an ad-hoc basis the contributions of those
more technical than myself.
The current stuff in the manual is not ment to be in the manual, I
just pasted something so at least it wasn't empty.
If anyone wants an author account, there is an apply option on the
page, and I'll naturally welcome all contributions I can get.
And as I write in the introduction, I'm also very open for
contributions which are more in the form of a chapter/page title with
a few questions. Given a question I can generally give detailed answers.