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From Cameron Goodale <good...@apache.org>
Subject Re: A Question About OODT Documentation
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2011 14:44:06 GMT

Thanks for the input.  Documentation is always important and something I
have been trying to address.  Currently our documentation is grouped by
component, and some of the more mature components have more documentation.

For Example FileManager:

Has 3 Software Documentation Pages (one is still under construction)

If you need more information on a specific component, or have suggestions
for including JPL Docs @Apache I welcome the input.  I appreciate that you
took the time to dig around looking for our old docs.

Best Regards,


On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 6:53 AM, Phillip Rhodes

> Hey guys, quick question... I'm interested in getting more familiar with
> OODT, so I started poking around the website looking for docs.  Then I
> started
> Googling for stuff, and at one time had found the old JPL page which had
> links to a lot of stuff on it.  This is even mentioned in the OODT
> Incubator
> Proposal
> "There is a wealth of documentation available on OODT. The best starting
> point is the existing OODT JPL website (which will be ported to be sync'ed
> or just a pointer to the Apache website)http://oodt.jpl.nasa.gov"
> But as far as I can tell, since the oodt.jpl.nasa.gov page was re-pointed
> to
> oodt.apache.org, no corresponding documentation page was ever created that
> links to that stuff.  I was able to go through the Wayback Machine and find
> the docs from the old site, but for the benefit of new-comers, it might be
> good to
> recreate that here?   Or if it has already been recreated, maybe the link
> should be more prominent? (I didn't find one, but maybe I just missed it).
> Thanks,
> Phil

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