[Pharo-project] Going meta (VM development)

phil at highoctane.be phil at highoctane.be
Wed Aug 1 06:54:19 EDT 2012


Wouldn't this fulfill both requirements ?

http://digwp.com/2010/06/blogging-in-markdown/

Phil

2012/8/1 Igor Stasenko <siguctua at gmail.com>

> Ah, I see, the docs in markdown. I like it.
> I tried to use markdown for NativeBoost documentation, and it quite nice..
> But as Stef says, we need something non-geeky and easily accessible.
>
> I agree that documentation , which is well written and with good
> coverage is better to keep & organize together with sources and use of
> SCM is completely reasonable for it.
> But what i want to have is more like news posts, which not necessary
> need to have too much details
> and just serving to keep every developer(s) (and interested users) to
> stay updated and informed about changes.
> Because usually we post things into mailing list, and in a couple of
> days, the information is buried under tons of other mails.
> For documenting things we can use Cog project wiki, or files with
> markdown .. and of course the useful information can be distilled from
> blog posts, if needed.
>
> That's my impression.
>
> --
> Best regards,
> Igor Stasenko.
>
>
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