[openstack-dev] [docs][ptls][install] Install guide vs. tutorial

Jay S Bryant jungleboyj at gmail.com
Tue Sep 19 18:31:49 UTC 2017


I have been working on getting updates to the Cinder Installation 
Tutorial ... Hadn't really even considered the word Tutorial in there to 
be honest as it just fit.  So, I think the important thing is that the 
pages be consistent in the terminology.  It looks like the common top 
level documentation uses 'tutorial'.  I think we would want all the 
other pages to follow the same convention.


On 9/19/2017 7:23 AM, Alexandra Settle wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I hope everyone had a safe trip home after the PTG!
> Since the doc-migration, quite a number or individuals have had 
> questions regarding the usage of “Install Tutorial” vs. “Install 
> Guide” in our documentation in the openstack-manuals repo and in the 
> project-specific repos. We (the doc team) agree there should be 
> consistency across all repos and would like to bring this to the table 
> to discuss.
> Previously, we have used the phrase ‘tutorial’ as the literal 
> translation of a tutorial is that of a /‘paper, book, film, or 
> computer program that provides practical information about a specific 
> subject.’/
> //
> Thoughts?
> Alex
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