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Re: Does the LDP have a document reviewing tool?
I have sometimes used Amaya to provide a workaround for HTML documents.
(Amaya is a WYSIWYG HTML editor.) I read the HTML document within Amaya
and enter any comments I want to make. I then email the comments to the
This also works for web sites, except that I make a local copy of a page
before I insert comments.
Amaya V3.2.1 for Windows works reasonably well for me, except the
background is rather obtrusive. (And now I have to admit I've lied -- I
typically read the page in IE5 but keep the local copy in Amaya. When I
see something I want to comment, I switch to the Amaya window.) I've
tried the same version for Linux and I've tried the 4.0 version. So far
I like 3.2.1 for windows better.
Amaya can be obtained (free) at http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/BinDist
(actually that's for the 4.2.1 version -- which might suit you fine -- I
haven't tried it).
Hope this helps,
David Lawyer wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 21, 2000 at 12:11:25PM -0600, George Kraft wrote:
> > Does the LDP have a document reviewing tool?
> Not that I know of.
> > I'm looking for a PHP tool that will allow the user to select a
> > book, chapter, section, line number of a document then enter a
> > comment. Afterwards, I would like the editor to be able to read
> > them back in sequential order.
> > I think this might be useful for the LDP to have to review its
> > documentation.
> Right now the reader is supposed to directly email the author with
> corrections, suggestions, etc. It seems to work OK except where the
> author has changed email addresses or doesn't list his/her email
> address in the doc. We don't have enough volunteers to review the
> docs so it's mainly each author that needs to get feedback from
> readers of the doc.
> David Lawyer
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