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From "Derek Hohls" <>
Subject Re: A new FAQ entry?
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2006 06:50:43 GMT
I like the idea of a categorised FAQ - a simple Q&A list
is fine for a simple project - but Cocoon is *not* that 
by any measure.  Can one have other categories as well?
It would be great if we could start with the list that is
already in the Wiki... if you need help creating the info
for the FAQ, once the code has been setup, please post
a request here.

>>> 2006/02/07 06:03:22 PM >>>
Berin Loritsch wrote:
> This is really a three pronged question:
> 1. Do we have a project FAQ?
> 2. Where is it? on daisy?

(assumption - there isn't a FAQ already)

I use Daisy on an in-house project for documentation. One of the things 
we have done is create a FAQ document type which has a "question" and an 
"answer" part and a category field (user, developer, installation etc.)

We then use the query facilities on daisy to automatically create a 
variety of FAQ documents.

One advantage of this over having a normal document listing the faqs is 
that you can include each FAQ in other documents. For example, by having 
a field "commonality" wich is set to "uncommon" or "common", we can use 
another query to include the common FAQs on relevant pages, e.g. the 
install documentation can includes the common install FAQs at the end, 
whilst the "uncommon" ones appear in only in the list of FAQs.

I could set this up on the Daisy instance if you like. Perhaps just 
starting with the basic FAQ doc type for now.


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