[PythonCAD] Pythoncad wiki

José Antonio Martín Prieto jantonio.martin at gmail.com
Mon Dec 25 18:38:32 CET 2006

the testing phase of the pythoncad wiki is over.

Please, feel free to add or edit any pages. I think there are two main
goals in this wiki:
1) Writing a decent users documentation, so the users community can grow.
2) Writing a complete developers documentation, in order to help
people to contribute to the project. I tried contributing to the
pythoncad code in the past, but it was too difficult for me. Maybe
with a decent documentation, more developers could join the project.

I hope to see your changes in the wiki :)

José Antonio

On 12/22/06, José Antonio Martín Prieto <jantonio.martin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I have set up a wiki in my server for the pythoncad project. My
> purpose is that you all can test it and write some initial
> documentation for the project.
> The wiki software is dokuwiki
> (http://wiki.splitbrain.org/wiki:dokuwiki) and, at this moment, the
> appearance and configuration are the default ones, with some tweaking.
> I will change it in the next days.
> You can see and test the pythoncad wiki in http://morgul.no-ip.com/dokuwiki
> Currently, no registration is required for creating or editing the
> pages, so feel free to change whatever you want.
> For questions and proposals, you can use this list, although I suggest
> that you also edit the page
> http://morgul.no-ip.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=wiki_development (only
> for subjects about the wiki).
> Notice that the wiki is hosted in my pc and sometimes it can be a bit
> slow. The pc is running almost 24/7.
> Regards,
> José Antonio Martín
> --
> "In a world without frontiers, who needs Gates and Windows?

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