[GNC-dev] Windows Wiki page
david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 16 16:10:23 EDT 2018
I am very happy to see that you are looking critically at this page. My
only comment would be that even recently there was a comment in the user
maillist from a user that was still using release 2.4.something, so I think
some history should be kept that such users can easily find. Of course it
should be marked as deprecated and segregated in some way from current info.
I am a windows user, so I can take a look at that section, but I have not
migrated to release 3.2, so my experience is slightly dated.
On Thu, Aug 16, 2018 at 2:26 PM, David T. via gnucash-devel <
gnucash-devel at gnucash.org> wrote:
> I had reason to click on the Windows wiki page (https://wiki.gnucash.org/
> wiki/Windows <https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Windows>), and I think that
> there is a lot of information parked there that should be placed elsewhere
> or removed. I am hesitant to edit this page in part because I do not use
> Windows, and cannot speak from personal experience. Furthermore, I would
> like to get input from the group before I undertake a major edit on the
> Information that should placed elsewhere includes sections 1.3, 1.4 and
> 1.7. These sections explain general functionality that should be available
> to all GC users through the FAQ. Windows-specific notes could be
> incorporated into the resulting pages.
> In addition, I think the Q/A format is stilted and not helpful on this
> page. I would rewrite it as straightforward prose.
> Finally, I see a lot of elements that are dated (F::Q, sections 2 and 3),
> and I see mention that issues related to older versions are moved to an
> Older issues page. They underscore the fact that such structures lend
> themselves to obsolescence, since information gets added to these
> structures, but is rarely pruned or updated. Perhaps the older issues could
> simply be deleted, and the wiki focus on providing information on the
> currently-supported versions?
> David T.
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