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New document that highligts aspects related to the manual content promotion

Hi guys,

Wether you are building oo content alsonside with other colleagues, thinking of setting up infrastructure for multiple authors to work together or needing to promote content from author environment to run time environment you could take some time to read our new document that highligts aspects related to the manual content promotion.

Hope it helps,

 

Andrei Vasile Truta
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This is an excellent document.  We are using SVN rather than GIT so I was wondering if there was a possibility of an SVN version of the document, or at least an addendum.  For instance since with SVN we can control access at the project level, we have been creating repositories with a larger number of projects.

Thanks
Paul

 

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Thank you Paul for the feedback.

We have originally decided not to include SVN as GIT was requested more but we'll think about it to see if it requires a lot of data to be added or just a few annex slides will be enough.

I would say there are differences in infrustructure setup and maintenance and the way an author has to work - in particular thinking about the need to learn authors to always lock files under work.

Andrei Vasile Truta
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Thanks very much, Paul

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