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From Hernan Cunico <>
Subject Re: Geronimo v2.1 documentation update
Date Fri, 22 Feb 2008 19:42:54 GMT
"Need update" would be something like moved the content from prev release but not yet finished.
Or worked on some brand new content but still need to update it to reflect the latest changes
on the server ( think of it as if you started before Geronimo was released, then you would
have a bunch of SNAPSHOTs all over the place). 
If there is anything on the Need update column then there should not be a green check mark
on the status column. Does this make sense? what do others think?

As for "...still needs someone who knows what the article is talking about to update..." I
would hope that the people who jumps into any of those subjects can follow it through all
the way. Otherwise this table won't help us figure out how complete the content really is.


Jason Warner wrote:
> Hernan,
> What's the "need update" column for on the 2.0 Update status page?  Is 
> that to mark a page that is moved over but still needs someone who knows 
> what the article is talking about to update it based on 2.1?
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 5:04 PM, Hernan Cunico < 
> <>> wrote:
>     Hi All,
>     an interesting thing happened twice already this week. Given the
>     number of doc contributions that started to flow recently (THANKS TO
>     ALL OF YOU CONTRIBUTING) we ended up having, or just about to have,
>     some overlapping.
>     Talking with some of the folks we thought it would be a good idea to
>     put together some sort of table or a list with the topics and who
>     was working on them. So, I updated the 2.1 doc home page and added a
>     few more pages to help us figure out who is working on what. This
>     should also help bring in new contributions.
>     Here is the page, I already started to put some names there. Pls
>     chime in and update the info with the content you are working on.
>     What to others think?
>     Cheers!
>     Hernan
> -- 
> ~Jason Warner

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