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[Groff] Training site.

From: Eddie Maddox
Subject: [Groff] Training site.
Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 00:31:58 -0400 (EDT)

I am setting up a web site that would host training/tutoring/analyzing
workshops for various things.

Since I am having to research scripting utilities, etc. for my web site I
thought the first topic I could host would be web site design,
construction, operation and maintenance (O&M).

Is there already some online support for Groff?

How does it compare to, or compliment, say, m4, Python, etc. for web site

Will hardcopy manuals, etc. be available from any vendor? I would like to
consider them as class texts. Then readers can ask questions, get
clarifications, etc., from each other. They can also exchange scripts.
I could mirror some favorites.

Hosting a pool of contributed tutorials/training materials is also an idea
I'ld like to try. 

Any other ideas I should consider that would help with a user learning and
using Groff that I could provide on-line?

My site will be under a GNU license. It is also a for profit endeavour. 
Any thoughts on business models would be appreciated. (And that should be
another topic I host.) 

Thank you.
Eddie Maddox

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