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On 2013-02-26 13:57, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Hi Noel,

Noel Grandin wrote on 2013-02-26 12:23:

Using somewhere on the DocumentationFoundation  wiki to document this
might be friendlier to maintain, and easier to update since you don't
have to guess what it is already documented.

the wiki was the first option we tried out, but several admins were not overly happy with it, so we moved to RST files. From there, one can create a wide range of supported formats, so it sounds like a good choice.

I personally don't mind in what form I receive documentation (although RST is preferred, of course, since that lowers our amount of work) - as long as I receive any documentation at all. It was quite shocking to see how much stuff is running I wasn't even aware of at all...

Perhaps this might be of use?

Then it could be maintained on the wiki, but in a format amenable to exporting to RST?

Just a suggestion, thanks for all the hard infrastructure work!


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