[XML-SIG] Up-to-date, rich documentation
Wed, 12 Jun 2002 18:47:11 -0600
> On Wed, 12 Jun 2002 15:33:07 -0400, Andrew Kuchling wrote:
> >>which is good. I'm not sure how much people here like =
> >>Wikis, but that could be a way to collect people's Py-
> >>thon/XML experience, snippets and sugestions for im-
> >>provements, maybe, unless they already exist?
> >The online Python Cookbook has an XML section; Uche has also started a=
> >collection of processing tips. =
> Of course I'm strongly biased, but the wiki idea is the right thing. I =
> could easily set up a dedicated PyXML wiki, or help create one on the =
> www.python.org servers. A wiki would certainly help to focus the little=
> time slices most of us have into _one_ set of docs, and enable co-
> operative efforts.
> Since people tend to talk about things they use, this would also mean =
> that only things in actual use would be documented, allowing newbies to=
> focus on exactly those things. What we already have (how-tos etc.) can =
> be linked to easily.
> The DocBook wiki grows rather fast currently... :)
I think this is a good idea, as I mentioned in my Advogato diary. Well, =
mentioned a 4Suite wiki there, but I also like the idea of a general =
Python/XML processing Wiki.
One of my tasks this evening is to install and get familiar with MoinMoin=
the path towards this. You could probably tread this path much more quic=
than I could. Why wait for an authoritative location at python.org? I t=
it shuld not matter where the wiki is hosted as long as the various proje=
pages refer to it.
Uche Ogbuji Fourthought, Inc.
http://uche.ogbuji.net http://4Suite.org http://fourthought.com
Track chair, XML/Web Services One (San Jose, Boston): =
DAML Reference - http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/05/01/damlref.html
The Languages of the Semantic Web - http://www.newarchitectmag.com/docume=
XML, The Model Driven Architecture, and RDF @ XML Europe - =