I don't know how much time I can give to this project (if any), but I think it's a great idea. The attached is an article you might be able to use, on basic semantic markup elements. It's only an early draft - feel free to ignore, criticise or suggest changes. I know it ends abruptly, and makes a few assumptions about other chapters.
I don't know what markup and design conventions you intend to use, so the page is (nearly) unstyled XHTML. You also need to think about a copyright licensing policy - the attached is under a Creative Commons license, but I will relicense it if you wish.
"If you’re not using valid HTML, then you haven’t created a Web page. You may have created something else, but it isn’t a Web page." - Joe Clark
Originally posted by rhsunderground to put the bios on. is the page that's the index on the site what we're definitely going with or is it still being updated?
Yes, though some changes may take place as things progress, but you need only the actual text in, and HTML tags will be added to the appropriate parts of the text when it's put online; the site uses headers/footers, so we won't need to recreate the XHTML code for each page. We will include them via PHP. I've also set up .htaccess and mod_rewrite for cruft-free URIs.