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From Diana Shannon <shan...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [doc] name for new content type?
Date Tue, 04 Jun 2002 12:33:29 GMT

On Tuesday, June 4, 2002, at 05:37  AM, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
>
>> I'm approaching this very granularly. For new stuff, consider writing 
>> at
>> least a few FAQS (it will save you time on Cocoon users). Also, 
>> consider
>> writing a few snippets. If you have time, write a How-To. With this
>> basic information, others can come along and extend your work: write
>> more FAQs, snippets, and how-tos, even more complicated How-Tos (which
>> link to less complicated How-Tos). Later, those with the "big picture"
>> can combine some of this material into a Tutorial or Guide. Providing
>> small granular ways to contribute should help users participate.
>
> Sounds great.
>
> What about recipes?

Oops. I didn't *intend* to leave it out... it's just so new, not 
permanently fixed in my mental model yet. Don't worry. I love it.

I also neglected to mention dynamic examples found in distribution. I'd 
also like to develop dynamic how-tos and tutorials, learning tools with 
hooks to webapp functionality (only in distro). My idea is that a 
dynamic howtos/tutorials would use resources like slash-edit to check 
the work of people walking through a learning process. Resulting files 
could be written to directories, governed by sub sitemaps e.g., where 
learners could incrementally build up the desired result of their 
howto/tutorial. It wouldn't work for all topics, but it might prove 
useful for others.

Diana


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