alex at tweedly.net
Sun Jul 10 07:34:53 EDT 2005
Mark Wieder wrote:
>Saturday, July 9, 2005, 5:33:42 PM, you wrote:
>AT> I would hope, and expect, that if I were revising the doc for an entry,
>AT> and there was a web note, I'd look at it and incorporate it. And I'd
>AT> expect that if I were given the task of updating all the docs (or some
>AT> section of them), one of the places I'd look for input (not necessarily
>AT> bugs, just things that might want to be improved or that people are
>AT> having trouble with) would be web notes.
>Well yes, but my point was that there's no need to revise a doc entry
>unless you know it needs revising. As far as I know there's no way to
>do a generic web notes search to see if anybody's reported anything.
Well, we can't - but Runrev can. The webnotes all live in a single
folder on their website -
"http://support.runrev.com/docs/webnotes/" so all they need to do is
look in there.
And each time they're getting ready to do a release, they ought to look
in there, take any fixes and incorporate them into the docs (and clean
up any "yadda yadda"s :-)
Alex Tweedly http://www.tweedly.net
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