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Re: Reflection about documentation.by
Let us eat our own dog food!
David, set yourself a project with tasks, those you have quite well identified, in a free account of odoo,
Create each item from the topics and you as a leader assign yourself a task and begin with it, complete it, deliver code/docs and prompt to people to do so in kanban view.
So people will chat less a deliver more.
Best regards.On Aug 25, 2014 1:28 AM, "David Arnold" <email@example.com> wrote:This discussion has faded away. IMO despite the fact, that the topic has been identified and accepted on all sides, it should not...Fabien, maybe you could lead to transform the positive tension we have created jointly into concrete action? Or someone from your team would be able of doing so?The offers/ideas have been:- Student Project with 20 Students- High-Level Table of Content for a central point of contact: odoo.rtfd.org - sadly the pad has gone somehow... (maybe because of the switch to v8? - well dosn't matter here)- Reallocation of the existing material- Contact / Contract Greg Moss for a compendium towards more traditional potential market (maybe crowdfunded, as this is probably the core busniess of implementation partners > indigogo-campaign?)I think also Community was able to give some feedback on tools and strategy of Odoo Documentation which I hope was useful.Let's bring this to it's final rest!Saludos CordialesDavid Arnold
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