Looks like a good start to me. Thanks for taking it on! BTW, as far as
I'm concerned you can delete the page "Documentation_Index" whenever you
want to. (I don't have admin rights to delete pages.)
On Mon, 2007-09-24 at 11:43 +1200, Miskell, Craig wrote:
> To follow up on discussions last week: I started the re-org over
> the weekend; my goodness, that sort of thing takes quite some time.
> I've done some work on the Category:Documentation home page, adding some
> basic pointers at the top. I'd like this to become our "meta-index"
> page, such as it is; all user contributed (and official) documentation
> should go in the Documentation category, making the
> "Category:Documentation" page a *really* good place to start. Then at
> the top we can provide some specific guidance on where to go (rather
> than dumping a metric tonne of info in the users lap and saying "here's
> your documentation; go read it").
> Can those of you with time have a look and see if you think it's heading
> in the right direction, and give me some feedback. I want to add some
> more "metaindexing" to the top ("Beyond Basic Config" probably at a
> minimum, maybe another short section of two). Once that's done, I'd
> like to make it the "official documentation" link from the front page,
> and reduce the other "index" type pages in content.
> Craig Miskell,
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> AgResearch Invermay
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