willg at bluesock.org
Sun Sep 27 03:13:14 CEST 2009
I've been toying with building a system that combines a wiki editing
process with Sphinx tools allowing a group of people to write books
using restructured text. FLOSS Manuals (http://en.flossmanuals.net/)
does a similar thing. I was going to use this system for writing a Miro
User Manual and a Miro Development Manual.
There was a GSOC project for Sphinx to allow for inline comments through
a web-site. Did that project succeed? I can't remember enough about it
to find details or status. That would be a useful feature, too.
I haven't registered with Bookoven, so I can't tell what it does or how
it does it. I do think this kind of thing is interesting.
On 09/26/2009 05:23 PM, Doug Hellmann wrote:
> Has anyone tried the service http://bookoven.com/? It sounds like an
> interesting experiment in collaborative editing of long-form works.
> There's more info in this interview of Hugh McGuire
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