one at a time
jonathan.roberts.uk at googlemail.com
Thu Jun 21 17:05:45 UTC 2007
On 21/06/07, Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com> wrote:
> In recent meetings, FDSCo decided it would be a good idea for all of us
> to focus on completing one guide at a time. Right now we are running in
> parallel and making slower progress.
> What do you think of this idea?
Looks good to me :D
> How does this order sound?
> 1. SMG (split) => UG, AG
Pirut and Pup tutorials have already been moved to the UG, does
anything else need moving to the UG? I'll move across what I guess is
appropriate to the AG now, unless others have objections?
> 2. UG
Could do with the task list updating for this so we have know what
we're doing when we get started? Lol, well I guess somebody knows what
still needs doing, but I'm a little lost.
> 3. SpinG
I've done some updates to this today: talked to kanarip and he gave me
a load of use cases he would like to see documented, which I threw
onto a wiki page. I've written one and will progress on the others as
> 4. AG
> 5. DevelG
> 6. RPM Guide
> I think the first task is going to be fairly easily accomplished, and it
> supports the second. We've all agreed that the spin work is important,
> but it is targeted at a much smaller audience than the User Guide.
Yeah, definately :D
> My thinking for putting the spin work in front of the Admin Guide is
> that i) the spin work is easier (shorter, more material existing), and
> ii) the AG is going to be a bit harder to do. :)
Haha yes I like this thinking. Hope my comments were helpful/relevant.
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