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Re: Community Documentation Architecture, was LaTeX templates, was Docmentation/FAQs
- Subject: Re: Community Documentation Architecture, was LaTeX templates, was Docmentation/FAQs
- From: "Chris Travers" <..hidden..>
- Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2006 23:16:52 -0700
Just to be clear-- I am all for including an ability to have XML/XSLT
templates. But unless there is such a benefit that we can justify
dropping support for the plain text POS receipts, I don't see any
benefit from saying "you can't use LaTeX."
On 9/30/06, Joshua D. Drake <..hidden..> wrote:
> Now regarding going with an all-XML template system, I think it is
> *WAY* too soon to even be considering this. Furthermore, I don't
> think it to our benefit to suggest that people who move to our
> software will need to redo all their custom templates at this time.
Well my last email suggested a life span of 2 years for this. So we
would be supporting latex for at least that.
Secondly... ;) you want to bring people to our product? Then we need to
focus on a migration script for quickbooks. IMHO, the steps for
supported migrations need to be:
1. Support SQL-Ledger for as long as reasonably possible, I can't see
that being much longer then 6 months and then I would expect SQL-Ledger
to die a slow death after that. We have far too much momentum at this point.
2. Quickbooks. If you want people to use our product, lots of people we
need to replace quickbooks.
Joshua D. Drake
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