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Oren wrote:I like the idea, but I really don't know how to write books Anybody has any ideas how we can make it reality and start writing something?
Roja wrote:Three quick points:
1. Everyone gets recognition for contributing. (Crucial)
2. The copy restrictions on it are somewhat loose (not saying completely free-to-do-anything, just reasonably easy to reuse, like wikipedia's copyright)
3. OOP in a separate section. SEPARATE.
With those three, I'd totally be onboard! If not, I'd still enjoy watching the progress.
d11wtq wrote:The idea is that I open up a version control repository somewhere so that the book can be checked in and out and changes tracked
Weirdan wrote:d11wtq wrote:The idea is that I open up a version control repository somewhere so that the book can be checked in and out and changes tracked
hmm... how about using http://writely.com ? To me, it seems the best solution (it allows online editing, does not require any client-side software, keeps version history, understands doc's and sxw's...)