I have reworked the FAQ by:
o splitting the page into smaller bits.
o fixing the wording of the question headers
o correcting a few typos.
Please review the changes at: http://wiki.zope.org/zope3/FAQReworked
and let me know if the new pages look reasonable. I have kept the older
FAQ around - if I don't hear from anyone in the next couple of days,
I'll assume that it's ok to replace the old with the new.
Stephan Richter writes:
> On Monday 10 December 2007, Roy Mathew wrote:
> > Now that the zope3 wiki has grown from an afterthought, to a
> > signifcantly useful body of knowledge, I'd like to make the following
> > proposal:
> > o split the wiki into smaller bits.
> > o rework the introduction slightly.
> > o fix the question headers
> > o start writing small HOWTOs (like the grok mini-HOWTOs).
> > I am happy to help with any and all of the above. What do you think?
> I think that the people that recently worked on the Wiki did a fine job. I
> just browsed through it the past two days and the story is nice. There are a
> few things that I would have done differently, but it is not major.,
> Since you mentioned in a follow-up E-mail that you meant the FAQ, I had a
> quick look. I have to agree, it is huge. That's great! :-) But that also
> means we have to provide a new approach for presentation. I agree with all
> your points. I think the most important part would be to split the FAQ into
> themed sections, such as "UI Development", "Organization", "Development
> Process", etc.
> Stephan Richter
> Web Software Design, Development and Training
> Google me. "Zope Stephan Richter"
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