[Scribus] end-to-end publishing solution??

Matt Donnelly donnellymp
Wed Jan 31 23:17:39 CET 2007


At the request of (I think) Andreas Vox over at the wiki page for this 
project, I added a more detailed use case. Please feel free to use it to 
think more deeply about solving these problems. I'll jump in as we get 
more meat on the bones...

Cheers from Boston,

MaHan wrote:
> --- Matt Donnelly <donnellymp at gmail.com> wrote:
> <quoting>
> What can be done to get the ball rolling? Would it
> make sense to put upa wiki or something like that so
> the community can work on thinking this project
> through? I've never been involved in a project like
> this,and I'm not sure how this works, so your help (or
> anyone else's) would be appreciated. If someone can be
> the technical lead/project manager, I can supply the
> industry insider POV. The end result would be GPL,
> andI'm sure enterprising folks out there could make
> some money on sellingconsulting/services.
> </quoting>
> There already is a Scribus Wiki for things like that.
> I think, it would indeed make sense for all interested
> to start writing a draft and specify how the whole
> framework should work. I've just created an (empty)
> Wiki article for this purpose:
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Draft_of_end-to-end_publishing_solution
> Please let me know, if you need a Scribus wiki
> account.
> cheers
> Maciej
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