A week ago I was in Zagreb on Open Translation Tools 2007 conference.
One of the guys there wa Adam Hyde who created
http://flossmanuals.net/. This is a website based on twiki which is
multilingual by design. You can create/edit content, translate content
etc. It outputs PDF, HTML and zipped HTML, maybe even more.
Do we want to invest time into figuring out how it might fit our workflow?
Here is the list of tutorials that we might still do for 0.46:
I can do docbookification in no time. Let's decide which ones we want
for 0.46 to be really good and ready, so that translators had enough
time to make their part of the work.
To me it looks like "Clipping, Masking and Patterns" and "Paint Bucket
Tool" have most chances, but both need some work. And |Interpolation"
is in SVN already.
What do you think?