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Fw: Base spec: Review Clifton Chenier: Indexes and index elements

  • 1.  Fw: Base spec: Review Clifton Chenier: Indexes and index elements

    Posted 23 days ago
    Hi everyone,

    As a reminder - please check out the indexing review and add comments. Based on what I see in Content Fusion, we've had seven people open the review so far, but the only ones to comment are myself, Dawn, and Kris.

    Please try and get your comments in by early Monday, so that we can review them later on Monday and pull out items for discussion at next week's TC call.

    Thanks,
    Robert


    From: Robert Anderson
    Sent: Monday, June 24, 2024 6:26 PM
    To: OASIS-dita@ConnectedCommunity.org <OASIS-dita@ConnectedCommunity.org>
    Subject: Base spec: Review Clifton Chenier: Indexes and index elements
     
    Please review the PDF, and then enter your comments in Content Fusion.  Please note that we have very, very specific requirements for how we need reviewers to use Content Fusion:
    • Make all new comments as draft comments in the source. Do not use the native Content Fusion comment function. This is necessary so that we can retain and archive a clear record of the discussion that took place in the review, as well as resolution of the comments.
    • To respond to a draft comment, edit the existing draft comment. We suggest specific markup to use.
    See the information about using Content Fusion at the bottom of this e-mail.
    Link to review PDF
    Link to Content Fusion review
    Link to latest version of the DITA 2.0 spec
    Link to info about Clifton Chenier
    Information about using Content Fusion
    Inserting a draft comment
    1.       In the Editor pane, place your cursor where you want to insert the draft comment.
    2.       Right-click Insert > Insert Element.
    3.       Select Draft Comment.
    4.       Add content to the draft comment, using standard DITA markup.
    Ensure that the @author and @time attributes clearly indicate your name and the date that you added the draft comment.
     
    Editing a draft comment to respond to a comment
    1.       In the Editor pane, place your cursor at the end of the content within the existing draft comment.
    2.       Insert a <div> element:
    a.       Right-click Insert >Insert Element.
    b.       Select Division.
    c.       Add a paragraph with your name and the date, followed by your comment
    Thanks,
    Robert Anderson


  • 2.  RE: Fw: Base spec: Review Clifton Chenier: Indexes and index elements

    Posted 22 days ago
    I had emergency beyebsurgwry today. I am out of commission for a few weeks

    Scott Hudson
    Staff Technical Content Architect
    Content Operations and Experiences
    ServiceNow