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From David Van Couvering <da...@vancouvering.com>
Subject Re: Bay Area Derby Lunch & Discussions
Date Fri, 16 Feb 2007 22:59:58 GMT
This sounds like a great idea!  Go collaborators!

You might want to ask derby-user the same question, though, those are 
the folks who count :)

David

Laura Stewart wrote:
> It was really great to meet some of the people at the Bay Area Lunch
> on Wednesday who are involved in Derby!
> 
> One of the people that I met there was Kim Haase.  Kim and I have been
> contributing documentation to Derby, and naturally we discussed the
> Derby Library during the lunch.
> 
> An area that we think might be good to improve is the organization of
> information which discusses how to setup and start working with Derby.
> 
> We discussed the possibility of moving the entire content of the
> Working With Derby manual into the Getting Started Guide.  The Working
> With Derby content is really good, but might be better if it is placed
> in context with the installation and getting started information.
> 
> Additionally, the information in the Getting Started Guide that
> describes SQL syntax might be better in the Reference Manual, where
> the SQL statements are actually documented.  There currently is no
> information in the Reference Manual that explains the syntax diagrams.
> 
> How does the rest of the Derby community feel about us analyzing the
> current organization of the Getting Started Guide and the Working With
> Derby information, with the intent to propose a reorganization of the
> information?
> 
> Are there other areas in the Derby Library that seem to be organized 
> poorly?
> 

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