On 03/05/2010, at 7:38 PM, antoine drouin wrote:
> I don't want to discourage you and I'd be glad if you make the wiki
> "better", whatever that means.
> If you're going to switch to another wiki, it's fine with me, but I
> think the amount of work involved in migrating is important.
> What I would like to avoid is that the information gets spread in
> different places.
> I don't think there is a documentation for all the user callable
> flight plan routines - and they get added by people writing navigation
> You're very welcome to ask questions on the list and write a wiki page
> about that. I think the authors will be pleased to answer your
> and maybe once the documentation is in place they'll update it as they
> add new functions.
> On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 11:28 AM, Nathan Aherne <address@hidden
>> Hi Cedric,
>> I thought this may have been the case, thanks for clarifying the Paparazzi Dev stance.
>> Does someone have a document that outlines all the user callable routines in the XML configuration files and what they do because I am really stuck on this.
>> Kindest regards,
>> Nathan Aherne
>> Reddog Technology
>> Web: www.reddog.com.au
>> Email: address@hidden
>> Mob: 0402 555 080
>> On 03/05/2010, at 7:17 PM, Cédric Marzer wrote:
>>> Dear Nathan,
>>> If you read through the posts you will notice that many people offered to
>>> make new forums, new wikis, etc. They put some time into putting it online
>>> and...nobody used it...
>>> The system as it is now has its weaknesses but works very well and all the
>>> information can be found at one place.
>>> Yes the learning curve is steep but we are not talking about a wordprocessor
>>> here but about a system that is much more complex in essence.
>>> Actually I found it rather easy to make it work in comparaison with systems
>>> I used before and it flew ok the first time I was in the air. You just have
>>> to read carefully the wiki and understand what you are doing.
>>> To make it short : the people that have experience with the paparazzi like
>>> it and the idea is not to offer a "plug and play" system anyway...
>>> Good luck with your system and don't hesitate to post any question if you
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