Open Source Documentation    in Four Easy Steps
and one slightly more complicated one ...
ReleaseInformation           Writing    Plan    Content           Translation                                  &          ...
Information Plan/Concept10%
Content Specification/            Planning  (Isnt there some rule about cats in presentations?)20%
evelopmentWri ting/D          5 0%
Translation/  Testing/  Launch    19%
Review   1%
Problem ...
Solved!
Lots of problems … Solved!
Problem ...
Solved!
Describe the problem Solve the problemGive extra information
Concept TaskReference
Publican** Doesnt actually have anything         to do with beer
Process is king
Get the right tools
Keep itopen
Keep itreal
Review constantly
Lana Brindleylbrindle@redhat.com    @Loquacities +61 410 500 659
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)
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In the world of open source documentation, it is important to have a solid process that works. Lana Brindley will discuss how things are done at the world's leading open source company, including some of the challenges they face in getting the right document into the right hands at the right time, all while keeping it open, and keeping it real.

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Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps (and one slightly more difficult one)

  1. 1. Open Source Documentation in Four Easy Steps
  2. 2. and one slightly more complicated one ...
  3. 3. ReleaseInformation Writing Plan Content Translation & Review Specification Production ` ` Development Concept Testing Maintenance Planning Launch
  4. 4. Information Plan/Concept10%
  5. 5. Content Specification/ Planning (Isnt there some rule about cats in presentations?)20%
  6. 6. evelopmentWri ting/D 5 0%
  7. 7. Translation/ Testing/ Launch 19%
  8. 8. Review 1%
  9. 9. Problem ...
  10. 10. Solved!
  11. 11. Lots of problems … Solved!
  12. 12. Problem ...
  13. 13. Solved!
  14. 14. Describe the problem Solve the problemGive extra information
  15. 15. Concept TaskReference
  16. 16. Publican** Doesnt actually have anything to do with beer
  17. 17. Process is king
  18. 18. Get the right tools
  19. 19. Keep itopen
  20. 20. Keep itreal
  21. 21. Review constantly
  22. 22. Lana Brindleylbrindle@redhat.com @Loquacities +61 410 500 659

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