Re: WordPress for Technical Documentation
The question I am sticking on is - can a blogging tool really handle a full
enterprise technical documentation department's needs? Just to throw in a
few more must haves, we translate into four languages, release frequently,
and cross-reference between applications.
Anyone out there using WordPress to do "real" technical documentation? If
so - what are the pros and cons?
Isn't TechWhirl still in WordPress? http://techwhirl.com/
An example of one section, http://techwhirl.com/software/cms/.
I think the site provides a nice example of using WordPress for document delivery, but I don't know if it provides cross-references or how well it handles multiple languages; Drupal has options for cross-references and languages, but it is a memory hog.
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