[PD] Where is the object reference documentation?

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Mon Jun 14 17:04:52 CEST 2010

On Jun 14, 2010, at 6:53 AM, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:

> On Sun, 13 Jun 2010, Loic KESSOUS wrote:
>> I did a few contributions, but not as much as I should have done :)
> I (and two other Montréalais) convinced some other French people to  
> not touch pdpedia and just move on to something worth the time. Here  
> are some links to some elaborate mails about it on the pdmtl list :
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001647.html
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001648.html
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001649.html
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001653.html

So where is that thing that is better than pdpedia that you guys all  
worked on instead?


>> pdpedia is for me the closest thing to an object reference  
>> documentation.
> you need to revise your criteria for what constitutes an object  
> reference documentation and/or what is the meaning of "closest thing".
>> pdpedia need to be updated, some stuff is missing,
> so much stuff is missing that you may as well say that the whole  
> pdpedia is missing.
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