[Typo3-typo3org] documentation.typo3.org

Kasper Skårhøj kasper2005 at typo3.com
Thu Apr 14 12:41:47 CEST 2005

>   - Write a manual in Open Office, upload to TYPO3.org, the TDR converts it to
>     PDF and  HTML
>   - Edit an existing manual in the backend by editing ordinary content 
>     elements, export to Open Office and DocBook
>   - Import content from a MS Word file into the TYPO3 page tree, edit one 
>     chapter in the frontend by using the timtaw wiki, export the document
>     into PDF and MS Word
>   - Write a manual by using the (non-existing) DocBook Editor Backend Module,
>     export to HTML, PDF and some custom XML by using XSLT

Let us not forget that the main problem right now is supplying
searchable one-way documentation online which is highly available. If it
costs us nothing to implement wiki-like feedback features that is fine,
but most likely it DOES cost something (dev-time / CPU-load).

Second to the availability need is ORGANIZING documentation in the
much-talked-about roadmap. 

Long down the list is the need of wiki-like features and writing back
from backend.

- kasper

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