Re: Living documents?
Finally, someone's defined the difference between "not living" (can be
updated by a new part number or revision number) and "dead" (can be
used, but not updated). In light of Geoff Hart's earlier post, should
"not living" documents be filed under "Shaun"?
Any objections to the phrases "constantly evolving" or "rapidly
evolving" to describe the phenomenon of frequently changed/updated
documentation? (Apart from theological ones, of course.)
I'm convinced in re "living documents" and will attempt to refrain
from this usage in the future. :-)
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RE: Living documents?: From: Dan Goldstein
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