Why? Are we still using MSDOS or something?
However, hyphens would probably have been a better choice for URLs as Google treats them as individual words as opposed to one long keyword.
PHP & Node? Pick one. Don't make it a pain to even install.
> Pick a template engine at least.
There's a great one for PHP, it's called PHP.
Trivia aside, the front page does nothing to make the purpose or advantages clear. What is "custom documentation"? (Is there another kind?) What is the advantage of "on the fly"? (As opposed to the typical "make doc".)
Is there some way to create a multi-level hierarchy within the "01_Getting_Started.md" filename convention? Is the filename structure the _only_ way to indicate structure? (If so, a trivial structure change turns into a nontrivial exercise of renaming files and getting git or svn to accept renamed files as logically unchanged.) Is there a way to cross-reference (link) between files? Is there a way to output in PDF, or any other format?
One minor nit: the "fork me on Github" is superimposed over the scrolling pane, so it's not possible to grab the scroll tack. That is, I can only scroll via my mousewheel until the tack is past the fork overlay.
Whats the story on the super similar name and ui? Is it the same thing? I'm not trolling, I'm curious if they are related cause it was a great doc system IMO.
This _exact_ same effect happens on Outlook.com if you want to take a look at reproducing it there as well.
This is just from playing with it; I haven't had time to check the source yet.