[BioRuby] BioRuby Documentation effort

Moses Hohman mmhohman at northwestern.edu
Tue Jun 14 13:59:18 EDT 2005

Sounds good to me. There are already some unit tests, but of course  
more are welcome. rdoc seems like a good method to me, too. Toshiaki?


On Jun 13, 2005, at 4:16 PM, Pjotr Prins wrote:

> The time has come to work on BioRuby documentation. I would like to
> start a transparent process where people can contribute if they feel
> like it.
> We could use a Wiki, or something, but I prefer to work straight in
> the sources, so we have it in one place, and use a tool like rdoc. For
> this we would need CVS access. I would not like several people to work
> on documentation and wait for patches applied by others. It would also
> be good to add unit tests - and use those as code examples in the
> documentation.
> Can we develop a policy for this, so we can all see what is happening?
> I suggest we allow documenters access to CVS - as long as they promise
> not to touch other people's code (w.o. permission from the section
> author).
> Is this a good idea?
> Pj.
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