[ltt-dev] Feedback on the lttng.org website
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Tue Jul 7 11:06:37 EDT 2009
* Gregory Haskins (gregory.haskins at gmail.com) wrote:
> Mathieu Desnoyers wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I just noticed the following website:
> > http://www.thhp.org.uk/
> > where LTTng is cited as a "LTTng, for example, is certainly a finer
> > engineering effort than its documentation would have you believe".
> > So, not being such a skilled documentation writer nor web designer, I'd
> > like to ask:
> > Do you guys have recommendations to improve the LTTng website ? (layout,
> > design, ...)
> > Are there some missing pieces of documentation that would be relevant to
> > put on the website ? Anyone willing to help on this ?
> > Hoping this might help newcomers to have a better experience with the
> > LTTng website,
> > Thanks !
> > Mathieu
> FWIW: Providing a link to the pre-built version of the tools may help a
> newcomer ease into using the system. Here is a repost of the link to
> the wiki I have put together:
> I plan on adding a section on how to install for opensuse (since that is
> what I have readily available). I will try to fire up a fedora VM and
> try an install there as well to see if I can generate some documentation.
Hrm, it makes me think:
providing a qemu image with LTTng pre-installed could be very useful for
newcomers. This should come along with step-by-step documentation. Do
you think this idea makes sense ?
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