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I'm rebooting The GFX Documentation[^] which used to be covered by GFX Forever: The Complete Guide to GFX for IoT[^] here at codeproject.

I can't just import from github because the documentation is too complicated and large to be a single readme. It needs a TOC and pages to keep it manageable.

I'm trying to think of the best way to - not exactly cross post it here, but create some kind of landing and introduction to GFX here that reflects documentation and integrates it, preferably.

I'm not sure how to go about it. This is kind of a brainstorming question as codeproject github import doesn't remotely support what would be necessary to make this work, nor should it.

But I want something here to replace the GFX Forever article. Or maybe I should just redo that one?

Any of you that have some time to evaluate those links, what would you do?

Thanks for your time!
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