[Nitro] New Blog Article About Nitro/Og

Thomas Leitner t_leitner at gmx.at
Fri Oct 26 12:06:12 EDT 2007

How about a system like the one used by the Django framework? They  
have all the necessary user documentation as text files in the  
repository. It seems quite reasonable to have the documentation in  
the source code repository and using a markup language like Markdown  
or Textile would make it easy to read the docu as plain text and as  
HTML (I personally prefer Markdown with extras - see http:// 
maruku.rubyforge.org). This would be usage documentation in contrast  
to the API documentation provided by the RDocs.

An additional wiki where users could post documentation, tips and  
tricks wouldn't be bad either, perhaps integrate oxywtf better into  
the documentation effort.

Just some thoughts because I currently don't have time to provide  
anything else.


On 26.10.2007, at 17:48, Robert Mela wrote:

> I'd love to see the site code so I can learn yet more about Nitro.
> I'd be happy to move cheatsheets over to nitroproject.org, and  
> certainly seeing how George and others code in Nitro will give me  
> more stuff to fold into the cheatsheet docs.   It'd also be a great  
> way for users on this list to learn each others idioms.   Best  
> techniques for using Nitro, based on experience, would soon follow.
> This framework is just too wonderful to let wither.

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