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From Rajith Attapattu <rajit...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Documentation to svn / DocBook : first steps
Date Wed, 02 Dec 2009 22:12:45 GMT
sorry for being picky, but I'd prefer if you use docs instead of
documentation as the folder name :)
trunk/qpid/documentation/src --> trunk/qpid/docs/src


On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 3:25 PM, Jonathan Robie
<jonathan.robie@redhat.com> wrote:
> I'd like to start converting documentation to svn / DocBook as follows:
> 1. Create a DocBook document that corresponds to this page and the pages it
> references:
> http://qpid.apache.org/documentation.html
> At least initially, this can be a single document, composed of multiple
> entities. External links are referenced via URLs, Wiki content is
> incorporated into the sections of this document. To enable links to specific
> versions of generated API documentation, generated HTML will also be checked
> in for each release, in the documentation subtree.
> I will create a subdirectory under trunk for the XML source:
>    trunk/qpid/documentation/src
> The initial check-in corresponds exactly to the current content, so that
> source code control reflects the changes made to this content.
> 2. Enhance existing sections with existing text, where available.
> In some cases, there is existing text that can be used to enhance existing
> sections of the documentation. For instance, I've written some things on
> federation and clustering that could be added, and there is text in some
> existing vendor documentation that could probably be used for some existing
> sections.
> 3. Improve the overall organization
> This should especially focus on a few simple goals:
> - Make sure the documentation shows people how to easily install, configure,
> and run the brokers, in an obvious place
> - Make sure the documentation shows people how to easily run the examples,
> in an obvious place
> 4. Add missing material, improve existing sections with new work.
> I think steps 1-3 can be done by mostly one person in a week, though it's
> possible that I'm being optimistic. I plan to do this next week, but my
> father is gravely ill, so my time is somewhat unpredictable this month. Rafi
> and Rajith have both offered to help, and I may well take them up on that
> even in the first week.
> Once that is done, we'll have a template that other people can easily add
> to. We need to figure out how to divide up the work on this. I'll be
> dividing up the document into XML entities that individuals can be
> responsible for, so we can have someone primarily responsible for the WCF,
> the Java broker, the new API, etc.
> Jonathan
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Rajith Attapattu
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