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Subject:Web Distribution of Software Documentation From:Alexander Von_obert <avobert -at- TWH -dot- MSN -dot- SUB -dot- ORG> Date:Fri, 17 Nov 1995 10:31:00 +0100
* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von Robin Griebel an All am 10.11.95
RG> From: Robin Griebel <rgriebel -at- is -dot- alltel -dot- com>
RG> Do any of you distribute software documentation (or even
RG> better, banking software doc) from a Web site?
RG> A typical
RG> application for my company may have 14 manuals and 7,000 pages
RG> so I don't
RG> know whether Web distribution is a feasible alternative for us.
you should check out the Netscape documentation: There is none in the
distributed package, you are to access it through the WWW.
If the users of your application have continuous Internet access, you could
always send them single pages and always give them the most up-to-date
information. But don't expect anyone to download 7,000 pages through the
Internet. Remember, it is more like a data footpath than a data highway at
Greetings from Germany,
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