No hard copy is necessary; all submission is in web format on the wiki.
Your pages should resemble a typical small open-source software homepage.
The effort required is the same as in writing that long word document that no one will ever read.
Please refrain, however, from making your page look like the very same word document.
Examples for pages (non-mandatory)
- Non-technical main page, with a screenshot and introductory text
- Download/more screenshots/gadget demonstration page
- User documentation and FAQ page
- Development info page, with full source code, known bugs, etc.
- Todo / wishlist page
Some visual style tips:
- Keep pages short; don't make the reader scroll more than 1-2 pages. Use wiki features (e.g., tabs) or create additional pages.
- Use wiki features appropriately: headings, tables, lists. It's a really simple syntax.
- Write in English for our international readers.
- Avoid screenshots of large amounts of text to enable search engine index your page.
Some examples for small-software websites (not all of these are web-related, but you get the idea).
Remember the milk ToDo application w/gadget
Sacred Destinations gadget