Table of contents for Fluid user manual

Paul Zablosky Paul.Zablosky at ubc.ca
Mon Jun 2 18:47:05 UTC 2008


Yes, we can certainly add the Content Management Research stuff.  You 
can either put them in yourself, or let me know which pages you want to 
include and I'll add them.  I still feel that the annotations in the ToC 
need polishing, and I may want to change the order of some of the 
sub-sections, so I'll be continuing to work on it for a while.

Regards,
Paul


Allison Bloodworth wrote:
> Wow, Paul, this is fantastic! Thank you so much for your work on this. 
> It's very gratifying to be able to see at a glance all the amazing 
> resources we've all put together! :)
>
> One other section I *believe* we will want to link to is Content 
> Management 
> Research: http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research. 
> I don't think we'll want to link to all the sub-pages (as some of them 
> are incomplete), but I think we are ready to share out the info-packed 
> Content Management Research Models 
> page: http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models 
> f information on personas and use cases. I'll talk to Daphne on Monday 
> (or maybe even this weekend) about exactly what pages we'd like to 
> link to and get back to you (or just tag and add them to the table of 
> contents myself) asap so that we can get it into the release.  
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models>
>
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models>
> Thanks again, 
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models>
> Allison 
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models>
>
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models> 
>
> On May 29, 2008, at 4:37 PM, Paul Zablosky wrote: 
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models>
>
> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models> 
>
>> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models> 
>>
>> I have created an initial version of a table of contents for the 
>> Fluid release manual at 
>> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Content+Management+Research+Models>http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/VAAs.  
>> It can also be found through the link User Manual ToC 
>> <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/VAAs> at the top of the left-side 
>> navigation bar in the Fluid wiki.  All the pages referenced in the 
>> ToC have been assigned the label manual them.  They include all the 
>> pages labeled "release" in the 0.3beta.
>>
>> The idea was to create an organized table of contents with distinct 
>> sections, supplemented by annotations to assist the reader in 
>> understanding which pages contain what kind of content.   Right now, 
>> the annotations are simplistic and incomplete, and some of the 
>> sections could do with reordering, but it's a start.
>>
>> I invite comments and suggestions.  Does this seem like a useful 
>> approach, now that we have an example?  Are there things I could do 
>> to make the page and its contents more coherent and useful?
>>
>> Paul
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> Allison Bloodworth
> Senior User Interaction Designer
> Educational Technology Services
> University of California, Berkeley
> (415) 377-8243
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