Well, I've used word2mediawiki to convert the Guide to wiki code. It's one huge page, so I guess we need to break it up into chapter-pages. Also, I haven't been able to include the images just yet, and the formating is the way the word2mediawiki macro for Word created it.
Hey, thank you for writing this. I think my hex editor has stopped making fun of me now. XD -Rev. Confusmo
I've been considering for awhile getting an HTML/WIKI version of the DGTEFF on here, if I start on it, what do you want done, exactly? (ex. do you want it on the DGTEFF page, do you want the layout changed, or info added/removed/updated, etc.?)
Dinoguy1000 21:01, 12 August 2006 (EDT)
Yes, I agree, and Watto and I had the same idea when we put it up here, never got round to doing it. Watto had a new version lying around somewhere. He edited it to beyond 2004 :) I'll contact him about it. I think it would be best to have it on the DGTEFF page indeed, with an index to switch to the chapters and just on top the old link to the PDF, so people can still download it for home reference. Would be bloody great if you cold pull that off!!
I definitely could, if I could just kick my lazy butt into gear and stick with it till I was done... All I would need is the graphics uploaded, if you want them included in it.
Also, I'm going to be rewording some parts, in order to correct grammer or clarify points. Hope you don't mind!
Dinoguy1000 18:00, 13 August 2006 (EDT)
Watto hasn't responded yet, but i have the latest version in word format anyway. I will mail that to you. Watto is native Australian, so I recon you'd not have to correct the grammer used too much. :)
--Mr.Mouse 04:57, 14 August 2006 (EDT)
Okay, just mail it to the address on my profile page. You wouldn't mind if I added a Version History section, would you? (P.S. you really need to install a hack for auto-adding a signature... that could be nice)
--Dinoguy1000 16:49, 16 August 2006 (EDT)