Re: more tutorials
- From: "pat eyler" <p_eyler hotmail com>
- To: dcm redhat com, p_eyler hotmail com
- Cc: docs gnome org
- Subject: Re: more tutorials
- Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 13:18:31 EST
Hmm, it seems that I was less than clear. I intend to use the
standard dsl for output that goes into the cvs tree, but I would
like to create something a little bit nicer (to my eyes) for my
own web site.
Your point is well taken though, all of the docs going into the main tree
have the same look.
>From: "David C. Mason" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: "pat eyler" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: more tutorials
>Date: 21 Jan 2000 11:02:36 -0500
>"pat eyler" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > are the urls. Also, is there as solid dsl hacker here? I'd really like
> > be able to output the html to produce something more like:
> > http://www.thecia.net/users/pate/
> > (note that this look is (a) an early draft,and (b) done by hand with
> > bits not copied correctly from the real tutorial at tbr)
>There are many problems with wanting to do this with your doc. First
>if it is to be read in the gnome help browser (current or the new one)
>your doc will not look like everyone else's. Plus, the current color
>scheme of the gnome web site will be changing very soon and it will
>stick out badly once that is done.
>I suggest we all use the same dsssl files to build our docs. I have a
>replacement for the cygnus-both.dsl (default one for Docbook Tools) on
>cvs in /gnome-docu/gdp/dsssl - it is not fancy, it looks very similar
>to the default but there are many reasons why the default is the way
>it is - it is easy to read - easy to navigate - and not everyone has
>the same tastes when it comes to colors.
>Once the new gnome help browser comes along we better all have the
>same looking docs or we will have a very stupid looking help system.
> David Mason
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