Ah, the beauty of HTML/CSS is that it's really simple (if you know wiki markup, HTML should be a breeze) and we can write it with just about anything: notepad, vi, openoffice, dreamweaver, golive (if you're a closet masochist)...
 
I'm a little rusty with CSS, but I'm sure I could McGyver something together that'll give all the pages a nice professional look. If someone else on this list is handy with stylesheets, by all means speak up ;)
 
Now, when we do start (re)writing the actual content, what sort of approval process is there? I assume the lead developers will want to give the OK on edits before they're incorporated into anything?
 
- Matt
 
On 11/20/06, Paul Cubbage <pcubbage@opencountry.com> wrote:
OK by me.  Since my degree is not in CS, is there a recommended tool/process for creating HTML?  What
I do know is all mushed with Wiki and TWiki subsets.

jim stockford wrote:
> 1, 2, 3: i agree. html good.
>
> On Nov 17, 2006, at 9:56 PM, Matt McCollow wrote:
>
>> Greetings all,
>>
>> It seems to me that the TuxPaint documentation should, as far as formatting goes, meet three
>> criteria:
>>
>> 1. It should be viewable on the TuxPaint website, much as it is now, only more better (more
>> better!)
>>
>> 2. Since TuxPaint itself runs on three platforms, the documentation should be easily viewable on
>> those three platforms without any extra software or configuration of anything.
>>
>> 3. It should be easy to write and modify (without a degree in CS)
>>
>> The first idea that pops into my head here is sticking with HTML, with each file referencing a
>> central stylesheet so everything is uniform looking, no matter how many people are working on
>> things. That'll work on all three platforms with no issues, and can be easily converted to PDF
>> for printing with OpenOffice, for example.
>>
>> That's just my $0.02 though...thoughts? comments? insults? let's hear 'em :)
>>
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