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Hi Marc, *,

On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 4:18 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

I am just putting this out as a couple of ideas to help ease the "search for
that missing screenshot" statement ...

1. I would propose we open a wiki screenshot page/repository where
screenshots appearing on the website/documentation would be kept, all
properly categorized and annotated so that if any of these groups need a
copy of a screenshot they could go to the wiki screenshot repository where
there may be a copy for them to use.

This sounds like a horrible duplication. Better to organize the
screenshots into appropriate folders in the CMS in the first place...

This could ease the amount of doubling of work where maybe one screenshot
has already been created for one group and could be used for the other group
needing it. It could also be used for NL groups.

Any "repository" or "index" that must be maintained manually is
creating *lots* of double work, and is doomed to get outdated very,
very quickly, so I strongly suggest to /not/ try to setup a separate
category/listing in the wiki. Either do it automatically, or don't try
to do it.

2. If some member(s) were interested in specialising in taking screenshots
for the project, they could very much work as a "screenshot production
department" where people would put in their requests for screenshots and
they would produce these on request.

This however would be doable of course.


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