FrameBuilder and documentation control [was: Dress Code & ITCC]

Subject: FrameBuilder and documentation control [was: Dress Code & ITCC]
From: Andrew Shires <andrews -at- HARLEQUIN -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 1993 17:26:07 BST

Pam just mentioned FrameBuilder. Has anyone evaluated this product
and found it worthwhile? How does the idea of strict document
management fit in with people's current working practices?

We are in a position where inflicting major source control measures on
our documents would pay few benefits, but this will change one day.
In the meantime, we keep control of on-line documents (written with
FrameMaker) via UNIX file permission settings, and a bit of good

Has anyone had to make the transition from a situation like this to a
strictly-controlled documentation source system? What sort of
unforseen benefits did this bring to your documentation group? Or has
it instead hampered your document development?

I'll summarize any e-mail replies and forward the summary to the list
-- or we could just discuss it right here. Thanks.

Andrew Shires Harlequin Ltd.,
Technical Author Barrington Hall,
andrews -at- harlequin -dot- co -dot- uk Cambridge,
andrews -at- harlequin -dot- com ENGLAND.

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