[chandler-users] Keeping a knowledge base
cubranic at cs.ubc.ca
Tue Feb 19 11:07:35 PST 2008
Isn't an area of the Wiki intended just for that? I remember seeing
weekly meeting minutes there, as well as developer notes.
On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote:
> Chandler does a great job on keeping track of tasks, appointments and
> quick-notes (even though quick-notes are not formalized kinds yet). However,
> there's other kind of data that also needs a secure, standards-compliant and
> open platform to be stored: Knowledge.
> By knowledge, I mean articles, tutorials, self-written material, documents
> and maybe even a journal (maybe a developer journal).
> I often find myself going to google more than I should do because things get
> forgotten. If I had stored the knowledge in a system that I trusted, I could
> just search it and find the information in context.
> What do you guys think we could use for such a system? Maybe the Chandler
> platform could be extended to support this dimension through a plugin? Maybe
> an online wiki? Tomboy?
> Hope you could share your views and experiences regarding this subject.
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