Need graphics for application icons
Links to be redone to documentation
Double check for 2.0 references
Things I'll start looking at:
- Read through the guide and add comments on individual discussion pages, noting to-do items.
- Update branding, reference to product license, hosting and related items that changed with move to Apache
- Technical review -- is anything obsolete in terms of features? Anything added since OOo 2.0 that is relevant?
Great, I'll make a start on sorting the OOo and OpenOffice refs through the subpages today. Just watch out for the OOo template. I did a brute force search and replace for OOo references and there is a template that generated "OpenOffice.org" that uses OOo as the template name. I've changed the template to generate "Apache OpenOffice". I may change this later but for right now it'll work.
My take on the relevant stuff: If it does not affect the Migration process then remove it. There is a lot of stuff in here that maybe relevant to the software but is irrelevant to the Migration process
For future I would like to redo the Migration Guide to be more useful to business and enterprise, both tech and non-tech. This one is basically a cut and paste from the users manual which limits it's usefulness and it actually has stuff in it which is factually incorrect as far as a business customer is concerned and has little in the way of managing a migration. I'd like to fix that and try to write it to be useful Management and Technical. My management experience is exclusively small to medium business so although I have done some corporate migration (which felt a bit like herding indecisive cats), my experience in a corporate culture is limited, so corporate management input from anyone would be appreciated in that process, especially with regard to decision making processes.
Start page for the new guide: ~/Documentation/Migration_Guide_ALV2
There is already a template to insert the string Apache OpenOffice. For it and other templates used by the documentation project
Yorick; I rolled back your change to the OOo template. There were literally thousands of pages that linked to that template that would have been adversely affected. As a general rule changes to existing template files should be discussed on the dev list. You can always check what links to any page using the "What links here" lnk in the Toolbox section of the left hand navigation area. I also replace the OOo template with the Documentation/AOO one.