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From Andrew Sykes <and...@sykesdevelopment.com>
Subject Re: Content documentation ...
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2006 10:16:20 GMT
That's a fair point,

But there is a counter argument too.

i.e. the more commonly used applications that OFBiz makes available the
more likely it is that developers are going to consider it worth their
time to learn OFBiz.

I think this is an important point given the scale of the time
investment you are asking a developer to commit.

- Andrew

On Wed, 2006-07-05 at 11:53 +0200, David Welton wrote:
> > I like the wiki idea too. At my current job, someone introduced a wiki
> > and said they chose it because it was one of the only J2EE-based wikis
> > out there. That got me to thinking that it would be nice to have a wiki
> > feature in OFBiz. In fact, that would probably be a much better
> > documentation site, than what I did before.
> 
> IMO, it's a good idea to be kind of careful with stuff like this.
> Most companies are going to want the 'best of breed' for each app they
> have, so might not be too interested in something basic.  The problem
> is when they are evaluating - if they see too much 'toy' stuff around
> the core app, it may give a more negative impression than if they see
> a solid app that does what it does well.
> 
> Anyway, just my two cents...
> 
-- 
Kind Regards
Andrew Sykes <andrew@sykesdevelopment.com>
Sykes Development Ltd
http://www.sykesdevelopment.com


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