[squeak-dev] IMPORTANT: Election candidates!
ian.trudel at gmail.com
Mon Mar 1 15:26:00 UTC 2010
2010/3/1 Michael Haupt <mhaupt at gmail.com>:
> Documentation. In my opinion, having more, better, up-to-date and
> coherent documentation of all aspects of Squeak is crucial to avoid
> people shying away from the sheer complexity of things, and to get
> more people involved in the long run. A couple of ideas I'd like to
> * a beginners' book introducing programming in Smalltalk (for pupils:
> not Etoys, not the gory details, but Smalltalk programming gently
> * screencasts to show how the tools work
> * proper documentation on virtually everything (where is comprehensive
> documentation about tool X? how do I assemble a GUI in Morphic? ...)
> in one place (or linked-to from one place)
Do you have an actual timeline approximation in regard to the
implementation of these ideas? I'd like to know what are your
priorities in term of documentation since it's a one-year mandate; not
everything will see the light of the day during that period of time.
It would be also interesting to know which media you will focus on
(e.g. wiki, inside squeak, etc)? Have you tried HelpSystem?
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