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From "Dennis E. Hamilton (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (COR-29) Survey Available Materials for Developers, Users, Contributors, Participants
Date Tue, 13 Jan 2015 17:16:34 GMT


Dennis E. Hamilton commented on COR-29:

Here are some sites with coverage and organizations that might inspire our thinking
  And other information about this particular project that shows different avenues
  As a reminder for matters to cover, perhaps at better separation of levels, with regard
to Git usage by newcomers to Corinthia, to ASF projects, and possibly to open-source development.
  Interesting not just from its suggestions, but as a key to the kind of information that
needs to be readily available in a form that relates the specifics of contributing to Corinthia,
with particular attention to the cross-platform aspects and how one can work on a particular
platform/configuration and contribute properly to the cross-platform success.
 I have mixed feelings about this kind of operation but there are some principles that might
be very adaptable.  This is a detour into principles that are beyond the theme of COR-29.
 The homage to HyperCard in the blog turned my head.  This page
is a source of ideas and, for me, demonstrates how complexity remains our demon, especially
when our meant-to-be-simple abstractions leak like crazy.

> Survey Available Materials for Developers, Users, Contributors, Participants
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: COR-29
>                 URL:
>             Project: Corinthia
>          Issue Type: Task
>         Environment: Documentation, Principles, General
>            Reporter: Dennis E. Hamilton
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: documentaion, how-to, manual, resources, web-site, wiki
> I have been collecting samples of web sites and related information that has appealing
approaches to aspects of community support that may be adaptable for us.
> This is an open-ended task with the JIRA issue used as a collection point for contributions
via comments.
> I can imagine that a wiki would be good for this but that's sort of a chicken-egg problem,
since organizing a wiki is something to collect information about.

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