A good dump from Paul and anyone else familiar with the features and sources would be a map of all
of LMCE's features, to the code that supports those features. Even just the list of all features would be a good inventory to start from. Or even just all the source files grouped into which feature groups they each support.
Hi all, I'm a newbie here, but reading this thread has sparked my interest. I'm very interested in helping out with organization and documentation. I'm not a developer, though I do so some amateur coding, but I have done technical documentation for hardware related issues. I generally have my evenings free and can generally also bust out some time at work.
My interest in LinuxMCE stems from wanting to create a touchscreen video intercom/background music system for a small office environment. A lot of the features in LinuxMCE are not really needed in this sort of implementation, but the feature set is so rich and the system far more stable than anything else I've tried, that it's the only system I can really consider for my project. I expect that as I become more familiar with the system that I will want to offer other services to the office staff, such as video on demand, room light control, etc.
Let me know if I can be of use.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2) Find someone who's good at writing docs, ORG charts and other tools to document LinuxMCE, ...
Yes, i found something i can help with. Have some experency with making flowdiagram's. So ORG (i hope it stends for organisation?) charts are no problem for me. Tell me what te make and i can try to make it.
Niels v/d Spek
Are Matt and Niels still offering to help the documentation? Can the two (or just one) of you take ownership of that feature/code map, find people to populate it, and then turn that into readable (initial) descriptions and API/codepath diagrams?
I've been updating the wiki as I figure out LMCE features and functions, but I'd be a lot more productive with a schematic index to the system as a guide. I'm sure others wanting to help would find it the same.