[lazarus] Anyone want to help with documentation?

subs at nas.co.za subs at nas.co.za
Tue Sep 3 16:25:42 EDT 2002

Yes it will work, but could lead to changes not being accepted. Assigning
documentation will be problematic becuase it will probably lead to things
not being done at all. I love opensource and momentum is an important
project driver for task takeup. Stagnant documentation could impact the
project negatively.

I am quite prepared to write a tool like this, if you can give me a
specification ?
It might take some time, and I currently don't have much.
What do you think ?

Danie Brink

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael A. Hess" <mhess at miraclec.com>
To: <lazarus at miraclec.com>
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 10:19 PM
Subject: Re: [lazarus] Anyone want to help with documentation?

> subs at nas.co.za wrote:
> > Yes, I would like to help in this area, when I have the time.
> >
> > Could a tool be written to create documentation localy, and sync with
> > database entries that does not exist and request action on etries that
> > ?
> What I would suggest is that I would make available the exact format of
> the database. Then you could use Access or whatever database you have
> available to enter the data. Then just make an SQL dump from your
> database, send it to me, and I would insert it into the MySQL database.
> The only negative about doing it of line like that is you might be
> trying to write documentation for the exact same section as someone
> else. It would mean duplicate work. Unless we assign sections of
> documentation to people.
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