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Announce: the Cookbook replaces the FAQ

Item posted by Mathieu Roy <yeupou> on Tue Dec 6 10:01:57 2005.

As you probably already noticed, the FAQ has been removed and replaced by a new tool called the Cookbook.

It is called a Cookbook because it is designed to provide small bits of documentation, howto-like. It works more or less like other trackers provided by Savane.

It is way more clever than the FAQ in the sense that it provides a "related recipe" entry in the left menu, in "This Page" section, whenever a recipe seems related to the page you are actually browsing.

The Cookbook is both of site scope and of project scope. The Cookbook of your project surely contain at the moment only recipes that are of site scope, which means that are for the whole Gna! site. But you can add recipes at your convenience.
You can take as example the Cookbook of the project Savane where you'll see, especially in the "SCM: Subversion" section, several recipes that are of project scope. For instance, there is a recipe that provide Contribution Guidelines. See <>.

The Cookbook is a feature still at implementation stage. Which means there are still unimplemented things, things to tune. But more or less, it is now how it will stay for the next coming release of Savane (1.3).



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