On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 13:39, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> Option 3. Other ideas?
I don't see why we can't have both... Two links, "Index by Core
release," then organized alphabetically within each release number, and
"Index by Subject," organized by release number within each tutorial. Am
I missing something?
Is the information available to sort by such criteria Paul?
If so then yes.
Also, it might not be a bad idea for the editorial folks to, on
publication of a new tutorial, make a list of one or more questions
answered by the tutorial. Those questions should be organized into a
kind of FAQ, or quasi-FAQ (QFAQ?), which a reader uses to follow a link
to the appropriate tutorial
Speaking from fairly bitter experience.
I've been criticised for 'answering the wrong question' or
bad categorising, for 6 years now.
Bottom line, we can't please all of the people all of the time.
People seem to come at information from n different directions.
Its really hard without something like a topic map to provide
the differing schemas that will meet the varying needs of users.
Great idea, and a list of xrefs would answer some of the questions.
No problem using docbook to mark it up...
The logic for it, the groupings etc, I'll leave to the group,
I gave up trying to outguess people some time ago.
My best solution is to use a google search of a list of pages.