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[HTCondor-users] Website and documentation
- Date: Mon, 6 May 2013 22:55:05 -0400
- From: Diego Bello <dbello@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [HTCondor-users] Website and documentation
Following the discussion held during the last day of HTCondor Week,
here are a couple of recommendations taken from what's been done in
Mageia Linux, a distro I've been collaborating with since 2010.
1.- Web designer. A student with knowledge in web designing can help
create a simple yet nice web site and organize the information of the
front page of the project. See  as an example. It has all the info
of the distro, downloads, contacts, links to documentation, etc.
It has to be someone with a esthetic test, something that we computer
geeks or scientist don't usually have ;)
2.- Create a documentation team. It can start with one person who can
catalog the current documents. People will naturally help update and
organize the documentation, including marking as outdated.
HTCondor already has a lot of useful documentation so creating new one
is not a necessity, except for a couple of quick start guides, sort of
a "hello world" for HTCondor pool configuration.
Somebody that day showed a tool to manage documentation which could be
used as a complement to the web site as well.
PD: It was awesome attend HTCondor week last week. I hope to see you
people next year.
Diego Bello Carreño