Architected Futures™

Tools and strategies ... for boiling the ocean

Content Developer Guide

Architected Futures™
Administration
Content Developer Guide
Original Author: joe.vansteen
Created: Sunday, June 17, 2012 - 17:11
Last Changed: Saturday, December 24, 2016 - 22:42
Document ID: AF-ADMIN-AG-010
Version: 01.00.001.544

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THE SITE AND THE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED ON AN AS IS BASIS, WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY WHATSOEVER. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, ARCHITECTED FUTURES AND JOE VAN STEEN HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY, ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. THE SITE AND THE MATERIALS (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE FORMS) MAY BE INCORRECT, OUT OF DATE, INAPPROPRIATE FOR ANY PARTICULAR TRANSACTION, MAY CONTAIN "BUGS," ERRORS AND DEFECTS, AND MAY NOT OPERATE ERROR FREE OR PRODUCE RESULTS AS EXPECTED. YOU AGREE TO ASSUME SUCH RISKS.

Introduction

This is the start of an administrator and content developer guide for this site. If you found this document but you couldn't find the content you were looking for, please send a note and tell us what information you were looking for. With a little luck, it will prompt us to put that information here so it will be here the next time someone comes looking.

<Basepoint for "developers" guidance.>

  • Most CONTENT is data. EATS "content" is mainly METADATA. People need to be able to "model" and define metadata.

The purpose of this document is to contain information about the concepts, tools and facilities used in the planning, construction and maintenance of this site for the benefit of the site administrators.

This portion of the administrative materials contains information about the strategy, tools and facilities used to construct this site. It describes the general strategy of how the site has been organized as a tool to support a community of practice around the Architected Futures™ concept. It describes the different forms of information content that can be found on the site. And it describes what tools and facilities have been employed to create the site and make the content available to the members.

 

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