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From Ulrich Stärk <...@spielviel.de>
Subject Re: [CONF] Apache Tapestry > Documentation
Date Wed, 08 Dec 2010 13:15:27 GMT
-1

You are correct about the entry page being lightweight but you should not simply delete the

information. Please make sure that the information you removed is accessible in other places
and can 
be easily found.

Uli

On 08.12.2010 13:47, confluence@apache.org wrote:
>
>     Documentation <https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Documentation>
>
>
>         Page *edited* by Christophe Cordenier <https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/~ccordenier>
>
> *Comment:* Leverage the page, as a root page it must be kept light
>
>
>         Changes (1)
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> ...
> [More blogs|TAPESTRY:Blogs] ...
>
> h1. Getting Involved
>
> h2. Mailing Lists
>
> The primary method of discussion is on the Tapestry users mailing list:
> [mailto:users@tapestry.apache.org]. You can subscribe by sending e-mail to
> [mailto:users-subscribe@tapestry.apache.org]. This is the appropriate mailing list to
learn more
> about Tapestry, to request help, and to socialize.
>
> The second mailing list is [mailto:dev@tapestry.apache.org]. You can subscribe to this
list by
> sending e-mail to [dev-subscribe@tapestry.apache.org|mailto: dev-subscribe@tapestry.apache.org].
> This list is used by the Tapestry PMC and committers to run votes, discuss issues and
fixes, and
> plan the future of Tapestry. Please don't use this mailing list to ask for support.
>
> Mailing list archives are available at [http://tapestry.markmail.org/].
>
> h2. Reporting Problems / Getting Support
>
> Tapestry issues are tracked in the [Apache JIRA|https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TAP5].
>
> Unless your problem is clear as day, it's a good idea to discuss it on the Tapestry Users
mailing
> list first, before adding an issue. At the same time, it's generally unlikely that a
bug will be
> fixed _unless_ a JIRA Issue is created.
>
> Eric Raymond has a detailed [guide to asking questions the right
> way|http://catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html]. If you are not getting a response
to your
> problem, it's likely because you aren't asking it the right way.
>
> Just saying something is "broken" or "failed" is not enough. How did it fail? Did it
do the wrong
> thing? Throw an exception? Not respond in any way? What exactly did you expect to happen?
All of
> this information should be made available when looking for help, plus context on the
general problem
> you were trying to solve in the first place (there may be a better solution entirely).
Read Eric
> Raymond's guide ... it's fun and informative.
>
> h2. Source Code Access
>
> Source code for Tapestry can be [downloaded|TAPESTRY:Download] along with pre-compiled
binaries.
>
> Tapestry uses [Subversion|http://subversion.apache.org/] to manage the project's source
code.
>
> Web access to the Tapestry repository is available as
> [http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/tapestry/tapestry5/trunk].
>
> Access using Subversion client:
>
> {noformat}
> $ svn checkout https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/tapestry/tapestry5/trunk tapestry-project
> {noformat}
>
> There's also some [notes on using Git to access
> Tapestry|http://tapestryjava.blogspot.com/2010/04/setting-up-committer-access-git-for.html].
>
> h2. Other Resources
>
> There is an active flow of questions and answers about Tapestry at [Stack
> Overflow|http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/tapestry].
>
> h2. Becoming a Contributor
>
> The best way to become a contributor is to become active on the mailing list; Tapestry
is known to
> have an active and helpful community on the mailing list, and the more mentors we can
add, the better.
>
> If you want to help out with documentation, you must sign an [Apache Contributor License
> Agreement|http://www.apache.org/licenses/#clas], at which point we can grant write access
to the
> Confluence Wiki (where official documentation is created).
>
> Providing patches (with tests\!) is another way to become a contributor.
>
> h2. Becoming a Committer
>
> Active contributors may be asked to become full committers, with write access to the
source code.
> Generally, contributors who have been consistently active and helpful for three to six
months are
> eligible for committer access. If you think you are in that category, don't be shy about
contacting
> members of the Tapestry PMC (Project Management Committee).
>
> h1. Books on Tapestry
>
> ...
>
>
>         Full Content
>
> Welcome to Tapestry 5 Documentation root page.
>
>     * Overview <#Documentation-Overview>
>     * Tapestry 5 Reference and API <#Documentation-Tapestry5ReferenceandAPI>
>     * User Guides <#Documentation-UserGuides>
>     * Published Articles on Tapestry <#Documentation-PublishedArticlesonTapestry>
>     * Tapestry Developer and Community Blogs <#Documentation-TapestryDeveloperandCommunityBlogs>
>     * Books on Tapestry <#Documentation-BooksonTapestry>
>     * Tapestry Presentations <#Documentation-TapestryPresentations>
>     * Tapestry Wikis <#Documentation-TapestryWikis>
>     * The Developer Corner <#Documentation-TheDeveloperCorner>
>
>
>   Overview
>
> Introduction </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Introduction> 	An overview of Tapestry's
general approach
> and philosophy
> Getting Started </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Getting+Started>
> 	A quick guide to creating your first Tapestry project, using Maven
> Tapestry Tutorial </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Tapestry+Tutorial>
> 	Picks up where Getting Started </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Getting+Started>
leaves off,
> explaining in greater detail how Tapestry works
> Cookbook </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Cookbook>
> 	A guide to common overrides and extensions to Tapestry
> FAQ </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Frequently+Asked+Questions>
> 	A quick place to check for common problems and solutions
>
>
>   Tapestry 5 Reference and API
>
>     * Current stable release 5.1.0.5
>           o API (Javadoc) <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5.1/apidocs/>
>           o Component Reference <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5.1/tapestry-core/ref/>
>           o Release Notes <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5.1/release-notes.html>
>
>     * Previous stable release 5.0.18
>           o API (Javadoc) <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5/apidocs/>
>           o Component Reference <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5/tapestry-core/ref/>
>           o Release Notes <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5/release-notes-5.0.html>
>
>     * Current beta release 5.2.4
>           o API (Javadoc) <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5.2-dev/apidocs/>
>           o Component Reference <http://tapestry.apache.org/tapestry5.2-dev/tapestry-core/ref/>
>           o Release Notes </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Release+Notes+5.2.4>
>
> Along with the reference documentation, we provide a set of concise guides to help you
in your
> everyday work with Tapestry.
>
>     * Component Cheat Sheet </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Component+Cheat+Sheet>
is a concise guide
>       to component classes, methods and annotations
>     * Refcard <http://refcardz.dzone.com/refcardz/apache-tapestry-50?oid=hom7948>
A color, six page
>       foldout guide to Tapestry 5.0 (PDF)
>
>
>   User Guides
>
> We provide a collection of detailed references </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/User+Guide>
to the
> concepts behind Tapestry and beyond.
>
>     * Go to the main user guide's page </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/User+Guide>
to get access to
>       the whole documentation stack
>     * Play with Tapestry's built-in Javascript and Ajax
>       </confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=21792074> stuff
>     * Unit test your application with Tapestry test utilities </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Test>
>     * Integrate Spring </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Spring> into your Tapestry
application
>     * Use Tapestry Hibernate integration </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Hibernate+-+Core+-+Conf>
to
>       build your data access layer
>
>
>   Published Articles on Tapestry
>
> If you have any doubts, Tapestry 5 for Nonbelievers <http://www.infoq.com/articles/tapestry5-intro>
> will demonstrate why you should choose Tapestry 5!
> This eBook <http://www.laliluna.de/articles/the-web-framework-evaluation.html>
publish in 2009
> contains a good introduction and analysis of Tapestry 5
> <http://www.laliluna.de/articles/2009/08/14/tapestry-web-framework-evaluation-and-test.html>
>
> More articles </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Articles>...
>
>
>   Tapestry Developer and Community Blogs
>
>     * Tapestry Central <http://tapestryjava.blogspot.com/> is Howard Lewis Ship's
blog. As the
>       creator of Tapestry, he provides a lot of valuable information on Tapestry's latest
features
>       and future directions.
>     * Igor Drobiazko's blog <http://blog.tapestry5.de/> contains a lot of fresh
news on Tapestry
>       development and will guide you through the most exciting parts of Tapestry. Igor
is a Tapestry
>       Committer and PMC member.
>     * Andreas Andreou's blog <http://blog.andyhot.gr/tag/tapestry/> (committer
& PMC) has lots of
>       news and entries on Tapestry 4 and 5.
>     * Spread the source's blog <http://spreadthesource.com/> (Christophe Cordenier
and Robin Komiwes
>       committers's blog) has lots of news and advanced tutorials on Tapestry 5.
>
> More blogs </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Blogs> ...
>
>
>   Books on Tapestry
>
> There are at least 8 published books on Tapestry </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Books>,
including two
> on Tapestry 5 — and more on the way.
>
>
>   Tapestry Presentations
>
>     * JavaServer Faces 2.0 vs. Tapestry 5
>       <http://jazoon.com/Portals/0/Content/slides/th_a7_1130-1220_drobiazko.pdf>:
A Head-to-Head
>       Comparison by Igor Drobiazko at Jazoon 2010
>     * Tapestry 5: Java power, Scripting Ease <http://www.parleys.com/#st=5&sl=5&id=1700>
by Howard
>       Lewis Ship at Devoxx 2009
>
> More presentations </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Presentations> ...
>
>
>   Tapestry Wikis
>
>     * Community's Wiki <http://wiki.apache.org/tapestry/FrontPage> (Moin Moin)
contains a lot of
>       user-generated information on different concrete web application use cases.
>     * Documentation Source wiki <https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/x/VCFkAQ>
(Confluence) – the
>       wiki used as the content editor for the official Tapestry documentation
>
>
>   The Developer Corner
>
> Developer Information </confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Developer+Information> gives
information needed
> by the Tapestry developers
>
> Change Notification Preferences <https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/users/viewnotifications.action>
> View Online <https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TAPESTRY/Documentation>
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