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# Links to existing scripter2 doc
 
# Links to existing scripter2 doc
 
# Toward a better scripter2 documentation ?
 
# Toward a better scripter2 documentation ?
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Found this <big> http://scribus-scripter.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ </big>
  
 
==Migration==
 
==Migration==
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# Add generated lists to excel sheet or some sort of webpage that tracks changes. (could be via online calc : http://ethercalc.net/)
 
# Add generated lists to excel sheet or some sort of webpage that tracks changes. (could be via online calc : http://ethercalc.net/)
 
# Create a chart to track progress
 
# Create a chart to track progress
 
 
# Create some guidelines for others to help in migration process
 
# Create some guidelines for others to help in migration process
 
 
  
 
==Future Possiblities==
 
==Future Possiblities==
 
* Offer a repository that the community audits where all the scripts are hosted
 
* Offer a repository that the community audits where all the scripts are hosted

Latest revision as of 00:35, 21 January 2014


How to get scripter2

  1. Compile options to get scripter2
  2. How to get both scripter1 and scripter2 localy

Documentation

  1. Links to scripter1 doc
  2. Links to existing scripter2 doc
  3. Toward a better scripter2 documentation ?

Found this http://scribus-scripter.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

Migration

  1. Go through Category:Scripts generate list of all scripts
  2. Go through Template:Scripts generate list of all scripts
  3. Add generated lists to excel sheet or some sort of webpage that tracks changes. (could be via online calc : http://ethercalc.net/)
  4. Create a chart to track progress
  5. Create some guidelines for others to help in migration process

Future Possiblities

  • Offer a repository that the community audits where all the scripts are hosted