Lars Trieloff’s Weblog : Developing Documentation with Wikis

 

Wikis are ideal for drafting documents, creating content outlines and collecting resources before writing technical documentation. When it comes to actually writing documentation, specialied tools like XML-editors for DocBook come into play. In an ideal world you could at this point continue using the Wiki-principle of collaborative authoring and with Mindquarry‘s combined versioned file sharing, wiki and task management you’ve got all tools in one package.

Source: Lars Trieloff’s Weblog : Developing Documentation with Wikis

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