Table of contents for Fluid user manual

Colin Clark colin.clark at
Mon Jun 2 22:23:05 UTC 2008


On 2-Jun-08, at 5:55 PM, Allison Bloodworth wrote:

> I think the main impetus for adding this section was that we wanted  
> to share out the results of the Content Management Research as a way  
> of reporting on the state of UX in the Fluid communities (which I  
> believe is one of the Fluid deliverables). After adding this, I  
> realized that the results of the UX Walkthroughs are also something  
> that we should probably share. I'm not entirely sure the OSDPL  
> working group belongs there, but I added it at the last moment to  
> publicize that effort and maybe it should be deleted. I guess the  
> question is, who is the audience of the manual and would they find  
> this information helpful (or conversely does the manual become  
> overwhelming for most of our audience when it is included)?

The audience question--will they find this particular information  
helpful or overwhelming?--is exactly the right question, and one which  
I'm unsure of the answer to.

The nice thing about not freezing our documentation in PDF format is  
that we can take some time to work out this question and change the  
table of contents whenever we decide. :)


Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto

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