Re: Re: DITA-OT for machinery industry

Subject: Re: Re: DITA-OT for machinery industry
From: Steve Hudson <sh1448291904 -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: Simon <js_sunxin -at- 163 -dot- com>
Date: Sat, 4 Apr 2015 10:38:43 +1100

Not for maint, no. It is a machine requirement, not a user requirement. In
fact the use case would look like this:

User doesn't want maint. User wants maximum uptime. lol



On 3 April 2015 at 11:13, Simon <js_sunxin -at- 163 -dot- com> wrote:

> Do you think we need to do use case like the software industry does?
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> At 2015-04-01 22:32:36,"Mugdha Kulkarni" <mail -dot- mugdha -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
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> Agree with Steve.
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> I'd create task topics for each type of maintenance based on user roles
> (electricians, operators, and so on). I'd also create reference topics for
> scheduled maintenance tasks. For example, annual maintenance, quarterly
> maintenance, weekly/daily maintenance, and so on.
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> Are you looking for anything more?
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> Thanks,
> Mugdha
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> On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 7:19 PM, Steve Hudson <sh1448291904 -at- gmail -dot- com>
> wrote:
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>> Frequent scheduled maint, infrequent sched maint, ad hoc maint is usually
>> a
>> good start, but it can depend on functionality and the roles required for
>> the maint. Eg Electrical maintenance, plumbing maintenance
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>> On 1 April 2015 at 12:50, sun xin <js_sunxin -at- 163 -dot- com> wrote:
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>> > I work in the machinery industry and am learning and using DITA-OT these
>> > days. I have a question for you guys:
>> > How do you organize your manuals' content especially the repair manual
>> > using DITA's methodology? For example: If you are writing how to
>> service
>> > and maintain the engine, how do you go about organizing all the relevant
>> > tasks? What is the process for this? Any answers will be appreciated.
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References:
DITA-OT for machinery industry: From: sun xin
Re: DITA-OT for machinery industry: From: Steve Hudson
Re: DITA-OT for machinery industry: From: Mugdha Kulkarni
Re:Re: DITA-OT for machinery industry: From: Simon

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