Rubydoc and other documentation contributions


(Sean Chittenden) #1

Howdy. I’ve put together a docbook project that will houses all of my
my mod_ruby examples and such, but I’m looking to have this source
grow beyond just mod_ruby. Given my other writing obligations, I have
plenty of other things to write and would like very much to not be the
primary contributor to this work. Conversely, I think many would find
an authoritative source of documentation useful (as well as myself).
Community willing, people now have an outlet to document whatever they
so desire and to their hearts content.

If you do find it useful, or have contributions, please feel free to
either submit them to me (I’ll mark them up if needed) or if you’ve
got a writing itch that you want to scratch, please let me know and
I’ll give you commit access.

http://www.rubydoc.org/book/

Folks that have done articles in the past that would like to
contribute them, please let me know, I’ll gladly incorporate them.
:~)

As always, please feel free to ask questions. -sc

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Sean Chittenden


(Sean Chittenden) #2

If you do find it useful, or have contributions, please feel free to
either submit them to me (I’ll mark them up if needed) or if you’ve
got a writing itch that you want to scratch, please let me know and
I’ll give you commit access.

Or for those who just want to dabble on their own, anonymous CVS
access has been setup for this and is, oddly enough, now documented.

http://www.rubydoc.org/book/x926.htm#AEN933

http://www.rubydoc.org/book/

Folks that have done articles in the past that would like to
contribute them, please let me know and they will be incorporated.

Until someone can convince myself and other future contributors
otherwise, this is going to use the OPL with the copyright holder
being “the rubydoc project.” -sc

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Sean Chittenden