From: Frazier, Joe Jr <Joe.Frazier@Peopleclick.com> - 2003-06-17 12:44:42
I personally would prefer an online version in addition to the computer =
installed docs. Especially if there were a way to download the entire =
doc in addition to reading online. This would facilitate rapid updates =
of "example code" in case an example is proven to be faulty or as new =
ways to use obscure funtionallity were found (example is the modal thing =
Aldo "just" showed in a previous email yesterday).
I personally do not mind what method is used to server the content as =
long as it is searchable, easy to navigate, and easy to extend/add =
content(so that the admins cand updated quickly).
Joe Frazier, Jr.
Technical Support Engineer
Peopleclick Service Support
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> From: Johan Lindstrom [mailto:johanl@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 8:16 AM
> To: perl-win32-gui-users@...
> Subject: [perl-win32-gui-users] Docs (List of missing desired widgets)
> Joe wrote:
> >3) Updated documentation (ie.. instead of TBD, explain that=20
> the feature=20
> >has not been implimented or that the implimentation lacks x,y, or z=20
> How about a Wiki for this? That way we can keep all tips and=20
> tidbits of=20
> code mentioned on these lists in an organized fashion.
> Show of hands for the Wiki idea? Good? Bad?
> I may possibly already have created one, but I'm not sure=20
> it's the best=20
> MoinMoin is my favourite Wiki right now. Would anyone with=20
> access to an=20
> Apache and Python-enabled web server be willing to host this?
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From: Jeremy White <jez_white@ho...> - 2003-06-17 13:11:37
>From: Johan Lindstrom <johanl@...>
>How about a Wiki for this? That way we can keep all tips and tidbits of
>code mentioned on these lists in an organized fashion.
>Show of hands for the Wiki idea? Good? Bad?
>I may possibly already have created one, but I'm not sure it's the best
>MoinMoin is my favourite Wiki right now. Would anyone with access to an
>Apache and Python-enabled web server be willing to host this?
Excellent idea. Sourceforge supports Python. Perhaps Aldo could give you
In my view, the whole project needs a bit of promotion, it would be great if
there was one focal point where all code, examples, docs and 3rd party links
where available from one page.
I also like the idea of having a build with all Laurents controls included
- heck, why not include Loft as well?
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i think a wiki would be great. there seems to be a fountain of useful
information flowing constantly on this list. i know it has helped me
immensely since i've been using win32::gui. however, there's something
decidedly awkward about searching the users list archives on sourceforge.
it would be nice to have people provide working examples of elements in the
docs that can be easily updated and found.