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Re: [Documentation Guides] - Categorization helper.

From: Chris Mills <cmills@opera.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 08:59:59 +0100
Cc: <public-webplatform@w3.org>
Message-Id: <A7C34D50-292E-49A6-827F-CB9094F00C6A@opera.com>
To: jonathan@garbee.me
+1, I also think this would be a really good idea. It would also be a big timesaver for people trying to explain to others where to put their documentation ;-)

Chris Mills
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On 15 Oct 2012, at 01:49, jonathan@garbee.me wrote:

> I have seen it come up a handful of times in the chatroom where people are trying to decide where best to place content.  Whether it be them wanting to add a new article or section of content or move an existing article to a proper place.  I think there are two things that can help this quite a bit:
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> 1) We should try and get a sitemap of just the content (not special pages) and make it easily accessible.  This way we can get a good overall view of the sites layout and decide best where things should go from a hierarchical point of view.
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> 2) I am thinking of a new documentation page that will give the general steps for analyzing the content to be added to decide where best to put it. 
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> These two additions would help us better organize content all around.
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> Any thoughts?
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