david.schmidt.in.dallas at gmail.com
Fri Nov 6 17:15:10 UTC 2009
On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 10:24 AM, Simon Kenyon <simon at koala.ie> wrote:
> every now and again i think that i should write a book on myth. after
> all, i spend some much time faffing about with it. another motivation is
> that my better half gets terribly fed up as she doesn't understand how
> to use the software.
> so with that said, i was thinking about aggregating the words in the
> documentation, stuff from the wiki, and anything else i can lay my hands
> on. i have the various mailing lists archived back into the mists of
> time. but certainly there is useful stuff in -dev going over the last 12
> my proposal would be to take all this and produce a "book" for want of a
> better term. it would be released under a compatible licence (not
> investigated what would be best - for some value of best).
> i really, really, really do not like Microsoft. with a passion, you
> might say. having said that, i use ms word for about 4-5 hours a day for
> my job of work. for this reason, the current tool that i'm using to work
> on the text is word. it can be converted to whatever format is deemed
> acceptable at some point in the future.
> i was wondering if anyone else was planning to so some work in this area?
Jarod Wilson has done:
though I'm sure it's a bit dated by now....
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