[opencms-dev] opencms modules website
Paul D. Bain
paulbain at pobox.com
Thu Jun 26 05:28:01 CEST 2003
At Wednesday 6/25/03 10:42 PM, Alexander Langer wrote:
>Sure, but the last time you checked was quite some time ago, eh? ;)
>Once these modules are part of the official distribution, I agree with
>you, but that's just not the case right now and the documentation is
>still missing some parts that are asked for here over and over again,
>and I still hope [that] sometime someone [will be] able to provide some
>[writing] which I would offer [as a] download as long as the official
>documentation does not provide these information.
I found this paragraph on the web site:
Extend the documentation and write "how-to"s
Since the main OpenCms documentation is now HTML-based and managed as
OpenCms modules, it's easy to extend it. Perhaps you've faced challenges in
setting up or customizing OpenCms in special environments or according to
special requirements. If so, we suggest [that you] write a How-To module
about this topic and make it available on the Modules download section
using the ["Add-a-module"] download form.
See http://www.opencms.org/opencms/en/development/contribute.html (half-way
down the page).
Because documentation can be written as a module, it can be made
available as a module using the URL I mentioned in my last message. I do
not know, however, whether writing a documentation module is easy -- it
could be hard.
> > Alexander Langer wrote:
> >> I just collected some modules that have been circulating in this list
> >> for quite a while (news modules, weather module) and put the files
> >> online. I'm looking forward to extend this service.
> > Last time I checked,. the openCMS site has an area for this sort of
> > thing. We should use it for these modules, since that is where people
> > should be looking first.
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