Well, yes, I know, it will be a while until the documentation has to be created, but I am willing to help.
I've been doing some documentation and helpfiles before, so I think this is a good place for me in the development team.
But: I am German, so I would need some native speaker to read through all my texts so that is not embarrassing to publish - neither for me nor for JEM itself
Thanks a lot for offering! I wouldn't mind reading through you work before it's published. There seem to be some tools that convert HTML help files into (PFD) documentation. Do you have any experience with that?
There are indeed some tools for converting documentation to PDF. And you've probably noticed that there are also websites offering to convert a page from html to pdf. Such a thing is probably a thing we can make ourselfs (offline). If it's really needed we could try something like code.google.com/p/dompdf/. Ofcourse it will take time testing/trying.
Something else is a program called "HTML to PDF converter", available
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