[ANN] Cash For Documentation project
jhkeel at facstaff.wisc.edu
Thu Sep 5 03:45:39 UTC 2002
To the harvesters (or anyone who actually controls the content of Squeak),
What is the best way to get a large number of class comment changes approved?
http://sqdb.squeak.info seems to be a nice attempt but there are no
changes after the initial flurry of interest and it is not clear that
any changes here will actually end up in Squeak anyway.
http://www.squeakdoc.org seems to have had very little activity. Also
it is not obvious that anything added to this site will actually make
it into Squeak.
Cash for Documentation (http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak/2653)
seems to be lifeless. More $ interest in enhancements than in
documentation. And it has no procedures or directions for actually
making the changes - even if you wanted to do them for free.
Are there comment guidelines somewhere? The present comments look
awful in Dandelion because it must do a <pre> around them to maintain
any formatting that does exist which results in very, very long
lines. Is Dandelion even accepted as a good way to browse (i.e.,
would comments formatted for Dandelion be accepted by the Squeak
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