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Re: Draft for the user manual (PDF version)

From: Sean Owen <srowen@google.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 19:37:33 -0400
Message-ID: <e920a71c0710151637m7b9e75ch5b37702197f58d3e@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Ignacio Marin" <ignacio.marin@fundacionctic.org>
Cc: public-mobileok-checker@w3.org
Looks good to me, with a few minor requested edits before we put out
the first alpha release:

- I'd like to make sure to credit Laura Holmes too since she really
wrote a good bit of this
- There should be no major changes in code locations, and it hasn't
changed much recently. The code itself has been updated of course.
- I don't think we have to explain all the libraries that this package uses
- For a pointer to the binary, you can refer people to the
mobileOK-Basic-RI-1.0-deploy.jar file in the top level of the project
directory. This is all you need, and is like a statically compiled
binary:  java -jar mobileOK-Basic-RI-1.0-deploy.jar [URL]

If you've got a final version, I'll put out a release tomorrow. You
are welcome to check in the manual to the top level of CVS. I have
just checked in some last-minute changes myself, and think it's good
enough for alpha.

Sean

On 10/15/07, Ignacio Marin <ignacio.marin@fundacionctic.org> wrote:
>
>
>
> Here you have the PDF version of the file:
> http://intercambio.fundacionctic.org/data/36t361yf26cr3uv2g6lzmlbmxmqpcuk5q
>  It will be available only temporarily.
>
>  If we decide to publish a PDF version, I will work on the size of the file
> while keeping the best quality possible.
>
>  Regards,
>
>  Nacho
>
>
>  -----Mensaje original-----
>  De: public-mobileok-checker-request@w3.org en nombre de
> Ignacio Marin
>  Enviado el: lun 15/10/2007 21:12
>  Para: public-mobileok-checker@w3.org
>  Asunto: Draft for the user manual
>
>  Hi everyone,
>
>  I am sending again to the list an e-mail I have sent about 1 hour and a
> half ago.
>  It is taking a lot to receive it in the list although my mail server says
> it is already sent and it may have to see with the 1MB PDF attachment.
>
>  I am only attaching the ODP file now and I will send you some details to
> download the PDF for those who do not have OpenOffice installed.
>
>  And now, the text I previously sent...
>
>
>  Hi everyone,
>
>  Here I come with a first draft of the User Manual of the Checker, for you
> to review. I will still work on it tomorrow but, before I am done with some
> details, I think it would be good that you could send me your opinion about
> the structure (theoretically, agreed in Sophia-Antopolis) and the contents.
>
>  I am sending it in ODP and PDF formats (the latter, just in case you do not
> have OpenOffice installed).
>
>  Some comments:
>
>  - I guess that the logos are OK, except SevenVal's. Can you please send me
> a quality image, Roland?
>
>  - There is stuff missing: the final link for the binary release JAR,
> description for each jar on which the Checker depends, better explanations
> in certain parts of the doc, comment the results doc, enter some examples
> and create a glossary. Everything will be done by tomorrow (except the
> glossary thing, that I will add in next version of the doc).
>
>  - It seems important to me to explain people how to download the code via
> CVS so they can experiment with the code (and referencing the future
> Developer Manual, where all the guts of the Checker will be explained). I
> talk about it as s doc in development, because I want to publish it in a
> fine way, even for an alpha release. I'd publish the binary jar with the
> User Manual and expect the first version of the Developer Manual and a User
> Manual by next week.
>
>  - Please check the way in which I reference you all and your organizations.
> Also the copyright stuff. I tried to be brief and reference things like
> licenses of the libraries and the W3C License itself.
>
>  - I need that you confirm that you are entering any more changes to the
> Checker in order to show people how to import the code in the CVS repository
> into Eclipse.  I have detected changes in several checkouts I made today and
> it makes no sense that I document it if it is going to change (for example,
> the place where XSLTs are placed, some package naming and so on.
>
>  Well, I am looking forward to your comments.
>
>  Best regards,
>
>  Nacho
>
>
>
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