Creating quality client-oriented documentation within a process managed by 
technical writers is new for them.

They are wondering what their exact responsibilities will be. They have many 
other tasks (training, solving client problems over the phone or on-site). They 
are open to contributing content but at the same time have questions about the 
time that can take.

Stephen O'BRIEN
Coordonnateur à la documentation et rédacteur technique senior | Documentation 
Coordinator and Senior Technical Writer
T (1) 418.688.2061

De : Milan Davidović [mailto:milan.li...@gmail.com]
Envoyé : Monday, October 07, 2013 11:07 AM
À : Stephen O'Brien
Cc : Frame Users (framers@lists.frameusers.com)
Objet : Re: Engineers as authors

How are the engineers responding to this?
--Milan Davidović

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On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 10:26 AM, Stephen O'Brien 
<sobr...@innovmetric.com<mailto:sobr...@innovmetric.com>> wrote:
A few mechanical engineers have been asked, as part of their varied workload, 
to author certain documents in English (How To, Webinars, software essentials) 
in the near future.

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