[Squeak-doc] Re: [Webteam] Documentation page update
tapplek at gmail.com
Wed Jul 4 01:35:18 UTC 2007
On Sun, Jun 24, 2007 at 12:38:21AM -0700, Matthew Fulmer wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 07, 2007 at 06:50:54PM -0700, Matthew Fulmer wrote:
> > Regarding specific parts of the page, Those Google search boxes
> > look really weird to me, and I would never think to come use
> > them. Would there be a way to put those as drop-down choices on
> > some search box at the top of www.squeak.org? that is how
> > several other sites do it. Or just put a search box up there
> > that searches the website, the Swiki, SqueakPeople, the mailing
> > lists, and (maybe) the IRC logs.
One more change: I put Stephan Wessel's excellent tutorial at the
very top of the page.
> Still to be done:
> - figure out what to do with the links at the bottom of the
> page. Especially the link to squeaknews.com. I am examining
> that site to see what is there; unfortunately, my system is
> not able to mount their zipped ISO images right now, due to
> some error with my /dev/loop device.
> - Move the section "Exploring the code" onto a dedicated wiki
> page. I am sure an appropriate page exists, but I need to go
> to bed.
I punted on this issue. I deleted the rest of the page and put
it at http://wiki.squeak.org/493 . Except for the books and
papers, there was nothing particularly interesting on the rest
of the page. I will try to make a good book list, similar to my
tutorial list, soon.
> My goal for this page is to be able to point to it as "the"
> place to direct anyone unfamiliar with squeak able to operate
> the system. More specifically, I am about to start a Seaside
> tutorial, and I want to be able to assume that the reader is
> already familiar with Squeak. I would like to justify that
> assumption with only one link:
Thanks to Stephan's new tutorial and Squeak by Example, I would
say this goal has been met. I moved the contents of the test
site to the main site
Matthew Fulmer -- http://mtfulmer.wordpress.com/
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