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From Peter Klügl <pklu...@uni-wuerzburg.de>
Subject Re: uimaFIT on the website
Date Tue, 03 Sep 2013 10:49:23 GMT
On 03.09.2013 10:35, Richard Eckart de Castilho wrote:
> Thanks for the feedback. I fixed the things that were quick to fix
> and leave the larger changes for later :)
>
> @Peter: I noticed btw. that the Ruta documentation is also not linked
> from the documentation page.

yes, I think I will change that with the next release.

Peter

>
> -- Richard
>
> Am 03.09.2013 um 07:03 schrieb Marshall Schor <msa@schor.com>:
>
>> I had a look and it looks basically fine to me.
>>
>> Here are a couple thoughts I had when reading the main uimaFIT website.
>>
>> 1) I think it would be good to post the docbook and apiDocs documentation for
>> uimaFIT on the website.  (You should be able to add the .../d/uimaFIT  etc
>> docs to the the existing docs/d/... spot).
>>
>> Then you could link to this from 2 places: one is the uimaFIT page, and the
>> other could be the Documentation page.  The idea would be to have a new person
>> landing on uimaFIT page, reading it, and wanting to do the "next steps" to learn
>> more, to have somewhere to click.
>>
>> 2) We should consider updating the main UIMA website page, add uimaFIT (and
>> Ruta) to the picture, and say a few words with hyperlinks about these projects.
>>
>> One more minor thing - the convention for the (TM) trademark symbol is to use it
>> once, the first time a trademarked thing appears.  Repetition of this beyond
>> that starts to make the doc look cluttered with these things.  In this case, I
>> think the first use of Apache UIMA and the first use of Apache uimaFIT (only)
>> would be TM'd.
>>
>> Just my 2 cents. Cheers. -Marshall
>>
>>
>> On 8/31/2013 5:15 PM, Richard Eckart de Castilho wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> uimaFIT and Ruta are both officially part of the UIMA sandbox - at least in SVN.
>>>
>>> On the website, Ruta has been added on the left navigation menu on the same level
as
>>> Annotators, Tools & Servers, etc. It is also listed in the Sandbox section.
>>>
>>> I have added uimaFIT to the left navigation menu as well now. Contrary to other
>>> sandbox components, both uimaFIT and Ruta have rather large "project" pages.
>>>
>>> Also, Ruta is listed as a separate download in the downloads section. I've added
>>> uimaFIT there as well now.
>>>
>>> I'm not sure where this is going, but it's probably something we should discuss.
>>>
>>> Should uimaFIT and Ruta be removed from the navigation bar and just end up on
the
>>> sandbox page? 
>>>
>>> Actually, looking at the nav section, there's loads of developer
>>> information, but the stuff users are interested in, e.g. components and tools
>>> is comparatively underrepresented/small. The "Annotators" and "Addons & Sandbox"
>>> links basically link to the same place, although being two different items in
the
>>> navigation. Similarly, some things are listed under "tools" and again under "addons".
>>>
>>> Should there be something like "featured" sub-projects?
>>>
>>> How are downloads for sandbox projects handled when they get their own release
>>> cycle? As separate downloads on the downloads page (as now) or somehow different?
>>>
>>> And of course… is the uimaFIT page ok? (http://uima.apache.org/uimafit.html)
>>>
>>> I'll hold off the release announcement mail until I get some feedback on these
>>> questions.
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> -- Richard


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