[Starlingx-discuss] Developer Guide, Next Steps
Arce Moreno, Abraham
abraham.arce.moreno at intel.com
Tue Sep 18 02:37:21 UTC 2018
Based on recent recommendations to improve our sync up between our tools and documentation,
we required your feedback on the required changes to our documentation regarding the build
of our ISO.
The high level structure of actual guides found under StarlingX main wiki  page how our community
can interact is:
-  Developer Guide
-  Installation Guide Virtual Environment
-  Testing Guide
[ Profile of Users ]
In preparation to our release and considering the upcoming work based on stxb tool   which will simplify
the build of an ISO, we are targeting two types of users which will impact the existing "Developer Guide" :
- Users "Profile A" building StarlingX using stbx tool with the only objective to have the ISO, no need to
debug / modify / whatever our code.
- Users "Profile B" with the need to get inside the container to debug / modify / whatever our code.
Due to community culture / non-native English speakers we are, how would you called those 2 different
"wiki pages" / "sections" where both Users "Profile A" and "Profile B" will find their instructions:
- Users "Profile A": User Guide? Getting Started Guide?
- Users "Profile B": Contributor Guide? Developer Guide?
[ Sources of Documentation ]
Regarding the source of documentation we have 3 places:
-  The Developer Guide Wiki page, already populated, to be changed based in your feedback asked above.
-  The README file under stx-tools repository, already populated.
-  The doc/ directory under stx-tools repository, not populated and not for this release, mid-term scope.
In preparation to our release and as a short term solution to keep updated one single place
we are targeting to make our wiki  our official source, removing all content from the README  keeping
only a link to the wiki page.
If there is a another proposal please let us know.
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