[texhax] For what it's worth
Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Mon Oct 18 16:38:21 CEST 2004
> > If you want to find out what it does, well, that's ``an exercise
> > left for the reader'' as the academics say, and with today's
> > sophisticated search engines is trivial.
> This does not solve the problem the person was facing. He wants to
> KNOW what it is without having to run all over the net. It takes a
> bit more work on the part of the person to document it, but allows
> someone to know what it does in an instant.
> You can never have enough documentation.
you can never write enough documentation. i'm admittedly slow, but my
output of net-wide published documentation is about 20 lines a week.
why are we all being pilloried for failing to write documentation
about a package hardly any of us use (lyx on macos, aiui -- heck, i've
never even had a mac)?
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