[coyotos-dev] Looking for name suggestions
starfirex at comcast.net
Sat Dec 2 16:23:51 CST 2006
TextEdge seems appropriate, although not quite all-encompassing.
Maybe HyperDraft instead.
On Dec 2, 2006, at 5:18 PM, Jonathan S. Shapiro wrote:
> As part of the technology move from Hopkins to The EROS Group, we're
> splitting the BitC work off into its own project. To support this,
> also going to make the OSDoc documentation utilities standalone.
> OSDoc is a DocBook-like system with a few differences:
> 1. It's designed to be written in a text editor, and therefore
> stays as close as we can to HTML.
> 2. It generates publication-quality paper output, but generates
> substantially the same feel for online presentation.
> 3. It includes provision for generating documents in a way
> that integrates nicely with a surrounding web site. The Coyotos
> documentation tree is done this way.
> 4. It supports available Linux drawing packages.
> In our lab, we've been using it for several years now to do
> *everything*, including all of our paper submissions, grant proposals,
> and so forth.
> The problem is that OSDoc is a crappy name for it, and I'm looking for
> Jonathan S. Shapiro, Ph.D.
> Managing Director
> The EROS Group, LLC
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