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We're also working on defining what each guide should be. The other tech writer here has pushed for combining installation, configuration, and common operator tasks into an "Operations" guide. I feel like that's a bad idea as it makes users effectively search through two irrelevant guides. It sounds like the consensus here would be to separate out those three topics?
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