Wayne, I've stripped the generated html down to the bare bones.
Basically updated the template, and the final result is in the
proposal.html file. I corrected spelling mistakes and did some
general clean up.|
Attached are the latest files.
On 10/18/2010 11:41 AM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
I see that there's no spell-checking in the Vex editor... ;-)
I have purposefully made the document template very simple. No
spans, etc. to make it a little easier to parse. This is not the
solution, but it's a "good enough" solution for now (ultimately, I
these as documents in a document management system, but I don't
the resources to implement that right now).
Ideally, it'd be better if you could simplify the output to avoid
and just generate the headers and contents using the conventions
Also, the title should just be the title of the project (i.e.
include "Project", or "Proposal"; just "Vex"), you should not
the title in the html (this will be done by the php wrapper), I
need to see a table of contents, your name and email address are
required, and I would rather the revision history be placed at the
The final document will be renamed proposal.html if that matters.
As part of the creation process, we'll have to do a trademark
search/assignment on the name. Do you anticipate any trademark
David Carver wrote:
Wayne attached is a ZIP that contains the Project proposal.
are the following:
1. ProjectProposal.xml - a generic DocBook XML file that can be
others in the future to create Project Proposals.
2. projectpropoals-docbook.xsl - an XSLT stylesheet that uses
DocBook Project"'s XSL stylesheet for HTML to generate the HTML
of a proposal.
3. VexProjectProposal.xml - The DocBook format of the project
4. VexProjectProposal.html - the HTML generated version of the
The VexProjectPropsoal was created using Vex to edit and create
documents. It also used the Web Tools XSL Tools plugins to run
transformation to output the HTML formatted version.
Please let me know if we need anything else added to this or if
to tweak the generated HTML at all.
On 10/15/2010 06:38 AM, Wayne Beaton wrote:
>From a process point of view, you'll be creating a new
we'll need a project proposal/creation review (I've been
folks to use the proposal document as the creation review
The initial contribution section of the proposal should
components from the existing WTP incubator will be moved.
There's more help here:
Let me know if you need any help.
Wayne Beaton, The Eclipse Foundation
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