[XviD-devel] Doc Contributions are welcome
ed.gomez at free.fr
Sun Dec 28 01:23:57 CET 2003
as i've written in the beta3 release notes, i would like to focus now on
library documentation. So i started writing some docbook xml text this
It will be a hard (read boring) task if i complete it all alone, so i
call for contributions from you (yeah you !) ;-)
You can contribute:
- The best start i can have to write the docs, and organize the
contributions is to have a complete table of contents. So list there
- General information about XviD. i tried to describe xvid the best i
could, but i'm really a poor marketing guy, so try to describe
xvidcore with bells and whistles and send me the resulting text.
- A complete docbook CSS stylesheet. I've found on the net some
docbook stylesheets (freebsd, a french guy css file...) but they sucked
as soon as i used more than section and para tags. I've given a try at
it but the result isn't that fancy, so if you have some CSS skills, and
know what XHTML 1.1 is... c'mon share your skills.
PS: the toolchain i use is "xmlto", this simplifies a lot the
docbok-xml parsing+transformation. I prefer having a single xhtml file
for now, but once the doc will get bigger, i'll switch to chunked doc
output and PDF.
PPS: yes i know that for now, the GPL text is the biggest part of the
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