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Charlotte Branth Claussen <charlotteclaussen -at- gmail -dot- com> schrieb am Fr. 1.
Juni 2018 um 00:39:
> Hi All,
> I wanted to make a cheat sheet or checklist to help administrators of our
> product get everything ready and gather all relevant information.
> I am contemplating a fillable form/cheat sheet/check list. Some items in
> the "list" are pure check list items, such as "check that your VM
> environment meets the requirements <link to requirements>".
> Others are input fields where you can fill in the relevant details before
> you then check the item done.
> The idea of doing it this way is that an administrator who needs to e.g.
> get an LDAP administrator to add groups and provide LDAP server info can
> just forward the form and ask the LDAP administrator to make the relevant
> preparations and fill in the corresponding information.
> What would you call such a digital "before you start" document?
> Thank you,
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