One of the goals is to make the information readily accessible, meaning that Windows, OS X, and Linux users all can read/view/copy/modify things as mush as possible. Also, I would like the software for this be (1) Open Source, (2) free, or at least (3)cheap!
Before we do much work on this, we'd like to know how you might want this to be presented. Below are some file formats that we're considering, but we don't know what you would want. SO LET US KNOW!
Text could be in one of the following:
Notes: Viewable by everyone, not so easy to copy and modify
* .pdf -- Adobe PDF,
Notes: Everyone should be able to read this; Good editors not readily available.
* .odt -- Open Document Text format
Notes: Open source; Available on all OS's
Software: http://www.libreoffice.org/ ; http://www.openoffice.org/
* Others not mentioned...
But what about the plans? What file format do you folks want?
* .dxf -- AutoDesk Data Exchange
Notes: Widely Supported on all OS's; No fiddling to make sure that your scaling is correct; Easy modification of drawing.
* .svg -- Scalable Vector Graphics
Notes: Directly viewable on all HTML5-ish browsers; Editors on all OS's;
* .png -- Portable Network Graphics
Notes: Open Source format; Not very flexible;
So, with all of that, put in your votes!
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