Tom Lane wrote:
> As for authoring tools, show me one that produces SGML or XML that's
> reasonably readable, and I might worry about allowing people to use it.
> Most of the ones I've seen would render the doc sources unreadable for
> anyone not using an authoring tool (possibly even the very same
> authoring tool). We are not going to move in that direction
> because it would piss off the people who do the bulk of the work now.
With regards to the current setup discouraging contribution - I've done
one (or maybe two) doc submissions and ISTR that it was not very
difficult - even as a complete SGML newbie - to get up and running, make
my changes and build the (HTML) docs.
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