[Grok-dev] Rules of Grok document; how to integrate this into the website?

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Mon Apr 21 10:34:48 EDT 2008

I agree, this document is great! I find the title a bit confusing  
though. Can't one just call it something like "Cliff Notes". I am sure  
Grok would use such in the absence of cave paintings.

Mvh Sebastian

21 apr 2008 kl. 16.19 skrev Joachim Schmitz:

> hi Martijn,
> this is a very good idea, at least for me this is much more usefull  
> than the grok-tutorial.
> Martijn Faassen schrieb:
>> Hi there,
>> I started writing a "rules of Grok" document. The intent is to show  
>> what's there in Grok, not to be an in-depth tutorial like the main  
>> tutorial. It's not exactly a reference either. Perhaps one can call  
>> it a "manual"? I believe it's already useful to people in its  
>> current shape, though much ground is left uncovered. I started  
>> writing this in the hopes I could get at least the information out.
>> For now I've checked this document into SVN, under grok/doc/ 
>> rules.txt:
>> http://svn.zope.org/grok/trunk/doc/grok_rules.txt
>> We need to think about how this would be integrated into the  
>> documentation section of the website. I think it would make sense  
>> to present this document on one page. Once it's a bit further  
>> along, I think it would also make sense to make special reference  
>> of it on our website. Kevin Teague, do you have any ideas on how  
>> we'd integrate it?
>> Regards,
>> Martijn
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