[Tor www-team] First set of technical requirements

Mike Cardwell tor at lists.grepular.com
Thu Jan 9 14:38:26 UTC 2014

* on the Wed, Jan 08, 2014 at 09:10:34PM +0100, Moritz S?? wrote:

> I agree. One project, with different target formats generated from the same markdown content.
> Whether we output HTML5 + JS, PDF or ePub is only a question of the presentation and should probably not be split into different projects.

This project reminds me a lot of the way the Exim project does things.

http://www.exim.org/ is completely static and is mirrored all over the
place. The majority of the site is the documentation. The documentation
is automatically generated by applying a set of XSL stylesheets to
the core documentation source which is a Docbook XML file. PDF and
PostScript versions of the documentation are also generated from the

Whenever a new release of Exim is cut, a new Docbook file is produced
which contains the documentation changes, and then all of the
documentation and site is regenerated from that single source.

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