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From oer...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r497973 - /directory/sandbox/oersoy/collaboration.platform.documentation/faq.fml
Date Fri, 19 Jan 2007 22:11:44 GMT
Author: oersoy
Date: Fri Jan 19 14:11:43 2007
New Revision: 497973

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=rev&rev=497973
Log: (empty)

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    directory/sandbox/oersoy/collaboration.platform.documentation/faq.fml

Added: directory/sandbox/oersoy/collaboration.platform.documentation/faq.fml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/directory/sandbox/oersoy/collaboration.platform.documentation/faq.fml?view=auto&rev=497973
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+<faqs title="Documentation FAQ" toplink="false">
+	<part id="1">
+		<title>Eclipse Help System</title>
+
+		<faq id="1">
+			<question>
+				Does the Eclipse Info Center run standalone?
+			</question>
+			<answer>
+				<p>Yes</p>
+			</answer>
+		</faq>
+		<faq id="2">
+			<question>What's the process for setting it up?</question>
+			<answer>
+				Very straight forward. See:
+
+
+				http://help.eclipse.org/help32/index.jsp?topic=/org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv/guide/ua_help_setup_infocenter.htm
+
+				We just put it on a server, and point requests at it
+				using Apache's httpd.config configuration file.
+			</answer>
+		</faq>
+
+		<faq id="3">
+			<question>How do we package the documentation?</question>
+			<answer>
+				We package documentation as eclipse plugins.
+			</answer>
+		</faq>
+
+		<faq id="4">
+			<question>
+				What if someone wants to write documentation in a non
+				html format?
+			</question>
+			<answer>
+				Users and committers can write documentation in any
+				microformat of their choosing, as long as it can be
+				translated into html that has a predefined schema
+				template definition.
+			</answer>
+		</faq>
+
+		<faq id="5">
+			<question>
+				Do content writers have to write content that adheres to
+				predefined template guidelines?
+			</question>
+			<answer>Yes.</answer>
+		</faq>
+
+		<faq id="6">
+			<question>What is a predefined template?</question>
+			<answer>
+				Something with predefined headings and instructions for
+				the type of content that goes beneath each heading.
+			</answer>
+		</faq>
+
+		<faq id="7">
+			<question>
+				What if a template does not exist that suits the content
+				being written?
+			</question>
+			<answer>
+				A new template can be derived from a current one, if it
+				has commonalities with old templates.
+
+				If the content going into the new template has heading
+				and directions that are exclusive to it alone, then a
+				new template can be defined.
+			</answer>
+		</faq>
+	</part>
+</faqs>



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