Table of contents for Fluid user manual
abloodworth at berkeley.edu
Mon Jun 2 21:04:22 UTC 2008
After talking with Daphne (and doing wiki gardening all morning as I
looked at the pages!) I added a "User Experience" section to the ToC
for the less toolkit-oriented more project-based stuff the Fluid UX
Team is doing (including the UX Walkthroughs and OSDPL Working Group).
I also added "manual" tags to all the pages I linked to. Feel free to
modify the ToC if needed. I really think the manual is looking *great*
-- you've done just a fantastic job getting our information
On Jun 2, 2008, at 11:47 AM, Paul Zablosky wrote:
> 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.
> 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
>> Thanks again,
>> On May 29, 2008, at 4:37 PM, Paul Zablosky wrote:
>>> I have created an initial version of a table of contents for the
>>> Fluid release manual at http://wiki.fluidproject.org/x/VAAs. It
>>> can also be found through the link User Manual ToC 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?
>>> fluid-work mailing list
>>> fluid-work at fluidproject.org
>> Allison Bloodworth
>> Senior User Interaction Designer
>> Educational Technology Services
>> University of California, Berkeley
>> (415) 377-8243
>> abloodworth at berkeley.edu
Senior User Interaction Designer
Educational Technology Services
University of California, Berkeley
abloodworth at berkeley.edu
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