On 11/28/07, Richard Friedman <rchrd_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I'd like to recommend using OpenOffice.org (OOo) as an authoring
> For one thing, there are many output options, including open document text
> format (.odt) as well as DocBook xml, html, and pdf.
> And, I believe there are already a number of usable book/article templates
> available that we can use.
> My concern is that we come up with an agreeable authoring environment as
> soon as possible so we can get started developing content.
> If we generate source in .xml, we can convert to PDF and html using OOo.
> Seems like a quick way to get started.
> How does that sound?
> You can download free distros of OOo from the openoffice.org site. I've
> been experimenting with the download for Solaris x86 on my laptop and it
> seems to work just fine.
> Comments? Opinions?
Yes, OOo is a good option.
How are we going to distribute the docs- online Wiki pages and a printable PDF?
Amit Kumar Saha
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