Right, I got a document type definition; a bundle of sample wml files (thanks to wml-tools); and a wap gateway of some sort. Now, the wml is going to be easy to learn (I think) although difficult to build a good set of pages from as it is restrictive.
Therein lies an amusing challenge.
Working out exactly what to do with the gateway will be tricky - I should probably not allow myself to do anything with that until I've done at least some revision for my finals.
And I still can't find a decent wml parser to check out what I've written. I'd be interested to know when a WML validator will be available at w3.org.... anyone?