[Red5] [Red5devs] RED5 API
mrchrisallen at gmail.com
Thu Jul 17 12:40:01 PDT 2008
Right, well deciding on a format is one thing, but getting someone to
actually sit down and write the documentation is a whole other story.
Dan, are you suggesting that you might actually have time to do that?
We would love your help with that if that's the case!
Oh, and BTW, I like the idea of standardizing on the docbook format.
Sounds good to me.
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 11:18 AM, Daniel Rossi <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
> On 18/07/2008, at 12:58 AM, Aljosa Mohorovic wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 4:07 PM, Daniel Rossi
>> <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
>>> The wiki will be good for tutorials, examples, demos stuff like that,
>>> however does everyone have access to that ?
>>> Is something like this you would be after ?
>> this red5 pdf is a good starting point and a great effort but far from
>> good documentation (like spring, hibernate, django, php, ...).
>> i hope red5 docs will eventually have centralized searchable online
>> documentation and exported pdf version like this one.
> Yeah thats exactly what I mean. The PHP / Zend / Spring docs are all
> built in docbook which generate the web html docs, aswell as the pdf
> books. It should follow their standard or a similar one I reckon. They
> also have multi lingual versions of their docbooks.
> These are good starts for the web docs options
> Here is the documentation source for Zend FW, it has manual
> translations aswell it seems. They use Fisheye SVN browser, what does
> Red5 use again ?
> All we need to do is agree on a common format, and I can hack away
> getting it going.
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