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jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sun Jun 24 18:29:36 CDT 2007
This also sounds like a good idea. Instead of trying to formulate the
exact rose we want to breed, why not take the approach of appreciating all
of the flowers that may bloom?
On Sun, 24 Jun 2007, Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:
> Shari, Richmond, et al,
> In my opinion the most useful thing we can provide are some truly
> well conceived and implemented "templates" so that our newest users
> have something that works right out of the box and can be modified to
> suit their specific needs. I suspect that five or six different
> templates would cover pretty much the whole spectrum of "potential"
> efforts. Also, doing something like this would be a lot more fun and
> less subject to bickering, criticism.
> Joe Wilkins
> On Jun 24, 2007, at 12:44 PM, Shari wrote:
> > Actually I have some thoughts about a basic outline. Rather than
> > Cards, Buttons, etc.... what about something like:
> > Code Examples
> > Tutorials
> > Beginner Topics
> > and so forth?
> > Code Examples would be a list of messages and commands, where we
> > could post code examples.
> > Tutorials might encompass things like the Standalone Builder in
> > minute detail, answering all of the questions people post,
> > including icons and so forth, or CGI, or so many other subjects
> > that people ask about again and again.
> > Beginner Topics would take the most basic concepts and explain them
> > in such a way that a complete programming novice could understand.
> > My soupy writing can do well with beginner topics :-)
> > Each topic takes you to a page with a further breakdown. Tutorials
> > with a list of Tutorial topics, each with it's own page. Code
> > Examples being a page with a list of all possible messages and
> > commands, then each one would have it's own page with examples.
> > And so forth.
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