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fbaadmin02/19/2009 4:40 PM2/19/2009 4:40 PM
I'd like to have David and Raju add some detail here on about developing a tutorial for utility members on how to develop use cases.
I think a wiki might be a good fit for this type of content. But I have some questions:
  1. What content we would include? can you give me an outline, or point to an example somewhere else?
  2. Is the content heavy in graphics? what type? For example, would it include diagrams from Enterprise Architect? Visio? or other sources?

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fbaadmin32/12/2009 7:19 PM1/13/2009 7:06 PM
Here's a comment from Lee (gently edited):
The biggest obstacle I see right now on the CIM wiki on the CIMug site is the inability to cross-link from the draft standards to the publicly-available one (without using http links). Click here for an example, and see the link to 61968-9:
"This is the wikified version of the CDV for 61968-9."

Can we create a single wiki with public pages and protected (member-only) pages?

I think the biggest value to the CIMug membership will be reading the standards and being able to drill down into explanatory text (on the publicly-available wiki).

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