Linux.com: Publishing with Ooo Writer and DokuWiki
Jan 12, 2005, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"OpenOffice.org Writer offers a wide range of sophisticated
tools for creating complex documents such as manuals and technical
documentation. However, when it comes to publishing the finished
results online, your options are rather limited. You can, of
course, use OOo Web to convert existing files into HTML, but you
might want a more powerful and flexible tool to maintain the
published documents online--a wiki, for example, and specifically
DokuWiki, which is designed for documentation.
"A wiki, in its simplest form, is software that allows anyone to
edit any Web page published on a given site..."