page offers access to tools for creating OMF records and for
contributing to the OMF repository. Each link below will generate
a fill-in form with slightly different configurations of options,
fields, etc. To create a record, select the link that looks
most appropriate for your documentation needs. Then you can
customize the form as you fill it out.
you want to read about these elements, you can find the full
OMF specification at http://metalab.unc.edu/osrt/omf/omf_elements
Vanilla Template: This template contains most OSSDoc
fields, with several of the most common elements repeated
several times (you can always leave these blank).
History Template: Same as the Vanilla template, but
with the option to represent a version history in your XML
Language List: Same as the Vanilla template, but with
a much longer list of languages to describe your document's