[Pipet Devel] Wiki for Piper?

Jean-Marc Valin jean-marc.valin at hermes.usherb.ca
Mon Aug 28 03:50:00 EDT 2000

> 1. Real hard-core documentation that describes a particular part of Piper
> design or use. I agree with you that this should be done in LaTeX (or
> rather, the format of whoever works on it first).
> 2. Documentation on ideas, design discussion, and "softer" documentation,
> like how to install Piper, how to get started coding on Piper, ToDo
> lists, etc. The distinction between this and "hard-core" documentation is
> that this stuff is more likely to change regularly, and have multiple
> people contribute to it (ie. to make install instructions more clear, add
> to a discussion, etc). Anyways, I am for this type of documentation being
> done in Wiki.

Sounds reasonable. In the worst case, we'd just switch from Wiki to standard
HTML, which is easy to do. I agree that what you call soft doc is mostly useful
in HTML form anyway.


Jean-Marc Valin
Universite de Sherbrooke - Genie Electrique
valj01 at gel.usherb.ca

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