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Re: DragonFly BSD wiki

From: "Noah Yan" <yanyh@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 09:55:03 -0600

Hopefully I can merge my stuff to the centralized wiki. I am writing the 
"Architecture Book" by looking at the one of FreeBSD,, other docs and source 
code. Now I am in the chapter of Booting Process of it. But for me latex is 
the only comfortable way to do other than MS office and I am using latex now 
doing it. I know latex can be easily convert to html. but what is latex for 
wiki? is there any way to use latex in wiki?


"Devon H. O'Dell" <dodell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> Hey everyone,
> I've started a wiki for pretty much All Things DragonFly BSD. No, wait, 
> stop! I know there are already Wikis for other internal projects
> (installer, GoBSD, etc); I know there are other resources. Why one more? 
> Several reasons:
>  o    At the moment, there isn't really a central page which organizes 
> these other online (and offline) resources that have been made for 
> DragonFly BSD.
>  o    I'm starting my work on the ``Developing for DragonFly BSD with the 
> C programming language" document that was recently discussed in the 
> ``learning dragonfly or C'' thread on kernel@.
>  o    To give (interested) developers a central place to put information 
> about what they're doing (and what's still on their plate).
> There are more uses for the Wiki, and if I thought for a couple more 
> minutes, I'd probably be able to actually think of several more good ones, 
> but this email's just mostly to let people know of its existance. So if 
> you've got anything to feed the Wiki, please do!
> I know Wikis aren't always everybody's favorite things. This one is 
> running MediaWiki, the same software that Wikipedia & co use as well. I 
> find it to be pretty decent. YMMV.
> --Devon 

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