Re: vim.org reviewed and classified
- No problem. What is the mechanism for getting it online?
I certainly will be starting from the old FAQ -- as source material, not as
v0.x. There's a lot of information there, but it can be condensed, as the
answers often duplicate the documentation. With vim's advanced online
documentation, a FAQ usually doesn't need to do much more than point to the
relevant part. Just like answers to many questions on the general vim
mailing list are ":h XXX".
Let me know how I should "submit" versions of the FAQ, and you'll get v0.0
soon - although v0.1 will be there this weekend ;)
>> Glad to help. I'll try to have a 0.1 ready in a couple of weeks. The
>> current version is a good resource; I'll try to organise it.
> Would it be obnoxious to ask if you could have v0.0 online as you work
> on it, so we can harrass you?
> Are you going to start working from the old FAQ?
> Just curious and anxious to see things happen! (And willing to help if
> Good luck!
> It's all explained on the web site: http://a-a-p.orgOne thing I could not find there: What does the acronym (?) "A-A-P" mean?
> If you still don't get it, I will have to update the web pages...
It might be "Any Acronym Perceivable", "An A-A-P Project", or something
similar, like TTP="The TTP Project" from the Dilbert comic, but I'd still
like to know. ;-)
Google only brings tons of other AAPs.