On 10/22/07, Patrick Cheatham <patrick@...
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Keith Martin <keith@...> wrote:
> > Patrick Cheatham commented:
> > >The FPP forums are very lively, and work well when the actual FPP
> > >documentation leaves you confused. :-)
> > But more to the point, I must say my feeling is exactly the same as
> > Sacha's: it seems *very* interesting, but it is equally frustrating.
> > Lively forums are excellent, but of course not as good as excellent
> > documentation... :-)
> Ha, yes... But, it's worlds better, IMO than, say, the LiveStage Pro documentation and
> tutorials were... ;-) Different animals, I know...
> I agree also, though, that FPP could benefit from more lower-common-denominator
> documentation and how-to info. I also know firsthand how difficult it is for the lone
> developer to find time and wherewithal for writing the documentation. One "low rent" way
> for there to be documentation is for people to continue interacting and assisting each
> other within the FPP forums (or here, wherever). The written record is at least searchable,
> even if not indexed with a table of contents. :)
That's the perfect use for a wiki. http://wiki.org/wiki.cgi?WhatIsWiki
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