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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: Plans For Docathon@ApacheEU2006
Date Wed, 21 Jun 2006 23:04:12 GMT
If there is anything on http://www.apache.org/ and across the foundation's
websites that ever bothered you, *docathon* is your answer.  Committers with
site-wide access will be available to solve these issues and get suggestions
committed to the site(s).  [Please don't assault the docathon team with
project-specific doc issues, however.  Take those to the projects themselves.]

And if anyone has an answer offhand, I'm looking for a tool that does six
degrees of separation analysis across our sites, to determine which pages
are so far removed that they are impossible for the average Joe to find.
If you have leads on this, please email me pointers directly.  Thanks

Bill


robert burrell donkin wrote:
> Problem: the foundation and incubator documentation
> Solution: docathon 
> 
> Those who aren't going to be at ApacheCon EU 2006 in body are very
> welcome to participate through IRC #asfdocathon at freenode. This
> channel will also be used for ad hoc communication.
> 
> Those interested should subscribe to community@apache.org for follow
> ups.
> 
> docathon@hackathon
> -------------------------------
> 1400 hours Dublin time (1300 UTC) on Monday has been pencilled in for a
> more focused gathering. 
> 
> Cliff Schmidt and myself will be around both Monday and Tuesday at the
> hackathon working on documentation. Anyone willing to lend a hand should
> feel free to drop in any time. Gathering to tackle particular
> documentation problems (for example, incubator project templates) will
> be arranged by an ad hoc basis through IRC.
> 
> docathon@hotel
> ------------------------
> For those in Dublin on Sunday, folks will be meeting late
> afternoon-early evening in one of the hotel bars for
> planning/socialising/discussing what exactly a docathon is. We might
> even write some documentation as well. Details will (hopefully) be
> posted (once they are know) to community@apache.org or just wander
> around until you find someone with a laptop :-)
> 
> If there's demand, then we could find a room one evening later in the
> week.
> 
> BTW if you're going to attend the hackathon, please remember to sign up
> https://svn.apache.org/repos/private/committers/hackathons/ApacheCon_Europe.txt
> 
> - robert

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