I come from the pharma industry and I quite used to writing procedures, technical reports and general technical writing.
I have been looking at some of the wiki and see that there is a clear gap between what is on Pluto and LMCE.
Is there an activity going on currently to being them in line or at least to the same standard?
for example if I was to receive a good list of what is needed to set up a system ie core and md plus basic automation stuff. I could generate a nice pretty presentation around that information for people to get an idea as to what is involved in start up lmce. I've never used flash or any thing like that but the wiki is quite poor at the moment.
And from my prospective (not having a clue) the first think I wanted to know was what h/w was needed and how long it would take to set up. I found it quite difficult to get that information.
Ok... This is turning into a rant so I'm going to stop cause i believe the work that is going on here is great and more importantly the work in the back ground seams to be huge!
Thanks for your input,
Sorry for the slow reply!
Well I think as ever with a public Wiki you just have to jump in and get involved and start making the improvements you feel are needed. The lmce community needs all kinds of expertise and for sure good quality technical writing is of great value here. As to a comparison between Pluto and lmce I would say that the latter has more momentum and it is certainly where we see our efforts going.
All the best.