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Re: Open Source Knowledge Base (Linux Knowledge Base revisited)
Perhaps a more specific Independence Help project is needed for this, then?
Documentation format and search engine development could be done in tandem
with any OSKB project that gets started (since the problems of finding and
displaying information are the same), it would just be the actual content
that would differ. What do you think?
On Wed, 25 Aug 1999, Robin G. Mayhue wrote:
> We need to write about what's in Indy. We know what's in the distro and
> we know what the newbie will need to know to learn about Indy. We also
> need to stand out as the leading distro who has good documentation
> pertaining to *our* release. Everyone else will follow us. This will
> help set Indy apart from the rest. We need Independence help. This my
> seem a little far out, but *maybe* even a better, well thought out
> format developed by Project Independence, unique to Indy. Like what RPM
> is to Red Hat. Any ideas?