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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "CodingProjects" by JeffLevitt
Date Mon, 17 Apr 2006 21:04:28 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JeffLevitt:

  || '''Project Name''' || '''Mentor(s)''' || '''Short Description''' || '''Link to Project
Page''' || '''Team Size''' || '''Project Team''' || '''Status''' ||
  || Example Project || David Van Couvering || Provide a short description here || Provide
a link to the Wiki page for the project.  This should include a longer description, including
work tasks, design suggestions, etc || An estimate for how many people are required to get
this project done in three months || The team assigned to this project, if any || The current
status ||
+ || Documentation backend work || Jeff Levitt (I would nominate Andrew or Scott Hutinger
to replace me though, I think they might be a better fit, if they so desired || Documentation
is easy enough to work on, but there exists aneed for improvement to the PDF generation and
the overall presentation of our documentation in general.  It seems to me that a useful project
would be for a student to examine the stylesheets, transforms, and css files that govern these
items in the ASL version of the Open DITA Toolkit that we use for docs and work on the backend
to improve them.  Number one on that list would be to implement indexes in our PDF's.  Number
2 might be a master index, either in PDF or html.  Number three might be the overall presentation
of the html documentation, as well as the single-file html transform that we currently use.
 It would be ideal to have a student here that could work on this because the people who actualy
work on the documentation do not have any progr
 amming backgrounds, even if its just XSL. || DerbyDITADocFixes || 1 || NA || Not started

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