Richard Huxton wrote:
> With the mention of techdocs-v2 and this plone package in the "Writers needed"
> thread I wondered what the situation was with community-supplied docs.
> Existing documents - should I
> 1. Move my stuff out of techdocs/guides?
> 2. Wait a bit
> New documents
> 1. Point others to the site to add new documents
> 2. Add them myself for the moment
> 3. Wait a bit
> I ask now because Matthew Nuzum has been kind enough to write up a brief howto
> on using ssh to link Access via ODBC to PG on linux.
Well, now that the servers have been moved around and seem to be working again, it'd be cool if Matthew Nuzum's guide could be added to the Techdocs site. Josh
was thinking of adding in the Bricolage content management system to the Techdocs site for testing, and the Plone testing environment is already there presently.
For us to figure out the best Content Management System for the "next generation" Techdocs site, we need people to get involved in using them.
Perfect opportunity. :)
Regards and best wishes,
"My grandfather once told me that there are two kinds of people: those
who work and those who take the credit. He told me to try to be in the
first group; there was less competition there."
- Indira Gandhi
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