Le 10/06/2015 22:39, Jay Philips a écrit :
On 06/10/2015 11:46 PM, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:
I am interested but I refuse to use Google Docs to contribute to
LibreOffice project. So, no input from me.
You can download the current version of the document below and make
track changes and comments to it and email it back to me. I hope that
is something that is acceptable to you.
If you don't want use Etherpad, why don't you use the wiki ?
Wikis are not WYSIWYG
To write some UI proposals, I don't find that it is a problem.
As an example, here my most precise proposal :
IMHO, the wiki format is ok for UI proposals.
To have such a document with mockups in A4 pages (european std letter)
would require a lot of work with page breaks and would be less
easy/fluid to read.
and hard to edit.
Yes, it's a bit boring, but it forces writer to concentrate on content,
structuring, not on aesthetics.
(isn't there a thread about styles vs direct formatting ;-) ?)
I agree that inserting image is really boring.
But for text, I find it basic/rough but ok :
usually, we use 3 to 4 levels of headers, bullets, paragraph numbering,
bold, italic : anything that is basic in a wiki.
Wikipedia worked on a new editor  : any chances to use it in TDF wiki ?
You cant format a wiki similar to a document.
As previously said, I think it's an advantage for UI proposals that have
lots of images (mockups, screenshots...) : you don't waste time with
page layouts/breaks !
You dont have commenting
We can have something that looks similar : for the Renaissance project,
each proposal had comments.
Here is my proposal, with some comments (and one from Christoph Noack) :
I agree that it's not the same functionality level than gdoc's comments,
but we can work with something so simple than that.
(and comment history would be automatically saved by wiki)
> and track changes.
Wiki have history and can make diffs.
Likely when the document is fully finished, it would be published
to the wiki,
similar to how we are doing with the HIG.
I would make the opposite :
work on wiki, edit, changes...
When it's finished, create an official document in A4 with first page,
summary, page numbers, headers, footers, references, correct page breaks
for images... well, a 'state of the art' of LibreOffice document ;-)
And then integrated in the wiki (odt & pdf) as last revision.
to test it :
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