Sudheer_BV writes: "How do you manage documentation of your software project? We are a small company with a team of 5 members. We manage several closed source and open source software projects. For some of our projects we want to write and maintain end user and developer documents. We would like to be able to publish the documentation online as well as offer PDF document to our users.
There are various tools out there like DocBook, ReST, mark down, wikis, etc. Which tool do you recommend?"
Sudheer writes: "The PHP development team is proud to announce the immediate release of PHP 5.3.0. This release is a major improvement in the 5.X series, which includes a large number of new features and bug fixes.
Some of the key new features include: namespaces, late static binding, closures, optional garbage collection for cyclic references, new extensions (like ext/phar, ext/intl and ext/fileinfo), over 140 bug fixes and much more.
Have you started using these features in your applications?"
Sudheer_BV writes: "Many businesses are exploiting the lack of computer novices' knowledge and sell them software that can be obtained gratis. Although the license may permit them to sell free and open source software, charging $49 for a download link on the Internet is ridiculous. Some people do not know that quality open source software can be downloaded from the respective project sites and also obtain support from the community for free. These computer novices fall pray to sites that sell them a mere link.
On the OpenOffice.org users mailing list this is a common scenario. Users have claimed refunds for various reasons on the OO mailing list. Only then do they realize that OpenOffice.org is a free and open source software and can be downloaded from www.openoffice.org without paying for the software. How many other free and open source software download links are sold everyday? Shouldn't somebody take action against these phoney vendors?
Sudheer writes: "Hi,
I'm using GNOME on my Fedora Core 6 box. I'm looking for a software using which I can recored live audio and video on my desktop. The application must be able to record everything that is displayed on the screen. It would be great if the application can also record my voice along with the video. I would to use the mic for voice input. The purpose is to demonstrate how I use certain features of the applications installed on my computer. Once I record the video I will post it on my web site.
Is there any Free and Open Source software that is capable of doing this?"