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Content Specifications ("Content specs") are information architecture designs. Creating a Content Specification before starting writing allows you to focus on and sort out the bigger picture before diving down to the detailed level of writing actual content. Content specifications can be used to scope and estimate the effort required for work, and to divide a larger work into smaller pieces that can be executed by different persons.
Content Specifications ("Content specs") are information architecture designs. Creating a Content Specification before starting writing allows you to focus on and sort out the bigger picture before diving down to the detailed level of writing actual content. Content specifications can be used to scope and estimate the effort required for work, and to divide a larger work into smaller pieces that can be executed by different persons.
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[[F15 User Guide Gnome 3 Chapter]]
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* [[F15 User Guide Gnome 3 Chapter]]
* [[Fedora Documentation Guide]]

Latest revision as of 00:13, 23 June 2011

Content Specifications ("Content specs") are information architecture designs. Creating a Content Specification before starting writing allows you to focus on and sort out the bigger picture before diving down to the detailed level of writing actual content. Content specifications can be used to scope and estimate the effort required for work, and to divide a larger work into smaller pieces that can be executed by different persons.


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