Re: summarizing docs-on-the-web discussion
- From: John Fleck <jfleck inkstain net>
- To: Amy Kahn <amy zoned net>
- Cc: gnome-doc-list <gnome-doc-list gnome org>, gnome-web-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: summarizing docs-on-the-web discussion
- Date: 23 Oct 2002 19:53:39 -0600
On Wed, 2002-10-23 at 07:49, Amy Kahn wrote:
> hey...I was the information architect on this, but someone told me that
> the IA was already established and they didn't need my services. If anyone
> needs directory structure work, I'm a professional IA.
> Willing to help. Direct me to the problem.
Hey, that's cool. Thanks for volunteering. Since I've not got a clear
idea of how to define the problem, maybe you need to explain what sort
of information you need to get started on this.
In general, as you've probably noticed from this thread, we're looking
for the best way to organize the GNOME docs information on the web site.
This is largely user docs we've been writing to be accessed as desktop
help through Yelp. But we're now in a position to expand the universe to
other user docs and developer docs.
In my naive thinking, we'd have a directory structure something like
all user docs
gnome-user-docs (includes users guide and other bits
My thinking is clearly based on an organizational structure that mirrors
the way we organize stuff now in CVS, but I'm clearly not wedded to
this. Ideas welcome, as well as advice on what you need to know to
proceed with this.
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