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From "Alexander Shorin (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (COUCHDB-1781) Reorganize/improve docs articles
Date Mon, 29 Apr 2013 15:46:16 GMT


Alexander Shorin updated COUCHDB-1781:

    Assignee: Alexander Shorin
> Reorganize/improve docs articles
> --------------------------------
>                 Key: COUCHDB-1781
>                 URL:
>             Project: CouchDB
>          Issue Type: Documentation
>          Components: Documentation
>            Reporter: Alexander Shorin
>            Assignee: Alexander Shorin
> Documentation articles need to reorganize to let them easily answer on newbie questions
who never seen CouchDB before in logical order they raised. For example:
> 1. What is CouchDB?
> 2. How to install it?
> 3. How to configure it?
> 4. How to administrate it? [1]
> 4.1 Setup users
> 4.2 Security features 
> 4.x etc.
> 5. How to manage it? Basic API overview. 
> 6. What features it has?
> 6.1 Changes feed
> 6.2 CORs
> 6.3 Externals
> 6.x etc. for features that may be described in single page.
> 7. Replications
> 7.x what it is, how it works, how to use it etc.
> 8. More about couchapps [2]
> 8.x what it is, how it works, how to use it etc.
> 9. Extending CouchDB
> 10. Complete Guide to CouchDB HTTP API
> 11. Some input on CouchDB internals
> 12. Troubleshooting, common problems and their solutions
> 13. Some glossary of common terms to easily understand by new users
> 14. Release notes and changes history to track features.
> and so on. For sure, some points need to be more detail like
> Replication: there are two ways to start data replication; conflicts and their solution;
common practises for them and so forth.
> As the inspiration source the PostgreSQL docs was used:
> [1]: I believe, that better to guide users to use Futon for the first steps instead of
fighting with curl on CLI. 
> [2]: Should docs promote tools like erica, kanso and other popular ones that are still
been recommended on mailing lists/IRC? Question may also stands as "how much batteries to
> [3]: GeoCouch, Lucene, OX_Auth, etc. and how to write your own. Same question about promotion
of third party tools. On one hand they are third party, but on other they are not so much
to stay aside and raising initial interest to them may provoke to create more of them.

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