alexandre at bergel.eu
Tue Feb 16 16:05:11 EST 2010
It would be really cool to have a tutorial on Mondrian using ProfStef.
I hope to find some time to work on this...
On 12 Feb 2010, at 06:46, Torsten Bergmann wrote:
> I like the "browser" version of ProfStef more than the simple
> based version. Especially since it allows us to provide more tutorials
> in the dev image just by loading.
> The tutorial browser could be one access point (accessible from world
> menu) and is extensible by loading a package with an own tutorial
> (like Metacello, ...)
> Unfortunately "ConfigurationOfProfStef" currently only uses
> the simple workspace version.
> What's the plan here?
> A vision for the future:
> - a generalized help system maybe similar to what we know from Eclipse
> , KDE , or Windows 
> - nested tutorials with deeper structure than (currently) one
> - the ability to use "help" in a tool which opens a
> specific chapter and show people how to use Monticello,
> TestRunner, ...
> - tutorials/help descriptions managed like code
> (no pointers to outdated wiki pages from Squeak)
> - an active help system with live code samples and maybe based on
> a cleaned up Bookmorph? ;)
> We are already halfway there, arent we?
>  http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/cn/linux/opensource/os-echelp/eclipse-help.gif
>  http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/services/compute/linux-cluster/intro/khelpcenter.png
>  http://www.knopf.com/resources/help/screenshots/winhelp2k.gif
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