RE: The ultimate help system

I think the story is to have an online help system with a caveat, at the end
of each page this question is then asked: "Does this page answer your
question?". the original qestion, the page and the answer are stored in a
database for peer review. The person could even come back with his solution
so the knowledge base grows...

Franck Martin
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-----Original Message-----
From: jrb redhat com [mailto:jrb redhat com]
Sent: Sunday, 18 March 2001 6:27 
To: Tom Musgrove
Cc: gnome-devel-list gnome org; debian-devel lists debian org
Subject: Re: The ultimate help system

"Tom Musgrove" <TomM pentstar com> writes:

<snip of lots of good ideas>

This all sounds great!  Why don't you coordinate with the docs team
<gnome-doc-list gnome org>.  They're always looking for programmers to
help them implement the docs system.


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