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From Hernan Cunico <>
Subject Re: Geronimo documentation - upcoming look & feel
Date Thu, 11 May 2006 18:42:18 GMT
I just wanted to show how the doc will potentially look like, just the look & feel. The
content is 
being baked and what is shown there is not the main page, just a tentative TOC under development
the Geronimo v1.1 documentation

Once cwiki is implemented, the main page should be on the Geronimo web site pointing to the
Geronimo's version and available project's documentation. In plain English it would be something

Documentation page
	- Apache Geronimo v1.0 - User's guide
	- Apache Geronimo v1.1 - User's guide
	- Apache Geronimo - Developer's guide

On the draft I sent, I just wanted to highlight the top banner, the removal of user names
and the 
ASL license disclaimer at the bottom of each page, not the actual content. However, this is
a good 
opportunity to refresh the call for volunteers to contribute with the Project's documentation.

Just in case you forgotten ;) , the TOC for Geronimo's v1.1 documentation is available at
following URL:

If anybody is able to contribute with the project's documentation, in any possible way, please
free to ping me if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions, .... Thanks in advance !!!


Matt Hogstrom wrote:
> Looks good Hernan.  For context, is this the main documentation page ?  
> Perhaps it would make it clearer to call this the "Project User's Guide" 
> so as to avoid confusion between this and other forms of documentation 
> at developerworks, articles, etc.
> Hernan Cunico wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I just wanted to give you guys a heads up on how the Geronimo's 
>> confluence wiki may look like once
>> jumps in production.
>> Available at the following link is just a single page, static draft 
>> based on what is in the oven for Geronimo v1.1 documentation. The new 
>> confluence wiki will be running a plugin that automatically exports 
>> the new content into HTML format so it can be served as static content 
>> increasing the performance.
>> Not only that, the HTML exports can be configured using templates so 
>> we can select the information we want to display, for example removing 
>> the classic "Added by / last edited by" if it turns to be an issue.
>> Three key things to pay special attention from the template used are, 
>> obvious banner at the top of the page, user names removed and Apache 
>> license disclaimer at the very bottom of each page.
>> Comments, questions, suggestions are welcomed :)
>> Cheers!
>> Hernan

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