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From Jonathan Robie <jonathan.ro...@redhat.com>
Subject Minutes: Documentation and Examples Planning: Monday, 5 May, 9:00 EST
Date Mon, 05 May 2008 14:45:17 GMT
Here are the minutes from today's meeting. I've added a few people to 
existing assignments based on post-meeting volunteering.

Areas of responsibility:

Java Broker Docs: Martin & Senaka
Tutorial: Jonathan & Danushka & Suran
Forrest Conversion: Aidan & Rajith & Danushka
Readmes: Senaka & Jonathan & Suran

Action items:

1. Martin & Senaka to rough out a plan for java broker docs
2. Jonathan to push on donating Red Hat tutorials
3. Danushka & Jonathan & Danushka to review existing tutorial documentation
4. Aidan & Rajith & Danushka to scope out Forrest conversion and do a 
prototype of a few pages
5. Senaka & Jonathan & Suran to write Readme for doc generation

Concern with Partychat:

Several people can't get partychat to work reliably, likely due to 
client errors. Martin suggests we straighten this out during the week, 
and all try to get our clients working more reliably.

Next meeting:

9:00 EST
Google Party Chat, channel #qpiddocumentation

Jonathan Robie wrote:
> Tentative Agenda
> Documentation and Examples Planning
> Monday, 5 May, 9:00 EST
> Call-in info:  This meeting will be held on Google Partychat. on the 
> #qpiddocumentation channel. To enter the chat using GoogleTalk, send 
> the following IM to partychat@gmail.com: "/enter #qpiddocumentation".
> 1. Choose a moderator for the meeting
> 2. List proposed agenda items
> 3. Prioritize agenda items for the first meeting.
> 4. Initial work on agenda items from #3
> 5. Choice of next meeting time
> Here are some agenda items that I expect to come up in #2. We may not 
> cover them all in one meeting.
> - List of documentation in progress
> - Physical formats: DocBook, Forrester, Wiki, source documentation, 
> READMEs, language-specific API docs. Which formats do we want to use 
> in the near to medium range?
> - Example programs: What examples are missing? Does the current 
> examples framework work well?
> - Donating Red Hat tutorial to Qpid: status, formats
> - Bugzilla for documentation - how should this be set up?
> - Who wants to do what?
> - Partychat vs. telephone vs. other media - is partychat a good 
> medium? Is there anything overwhelmingly better?
> I'm sure I'm missing many things we can fruitfully discuss .... and 
> that there's more in just the above list for one meeting. Which is why 
> #3 will be essential ;->
> Jonathan

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