Some of the RHEV 3.0 docs contained an 'overview' of the doc suite, ie:
which gives a brief summary of the information contained in each guide. This can help new users find their way around the doc suite.
We can also expand on the summary by providing examples of the content/ topics that can be found in each guide. Ie
"Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization — Evaluation Guide enables prospective customers to evaluate the features of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. Use this guide if you have an evaluation license."
"Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization — Evaluation Guide enables prospective customers to evaluate the features of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, including high availability, live migration, and multiple level administration. Use this guide if you have an evaluation license."
(or something along those lines)
This bug is really two parts:
Part 1: write such a summary of each book. I think I like the idea of each book's abstract being good and specific enough to be used in this overview topics.
Part 2: put all of the book abstracts into a topic called "Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Documentation Suite Overview", and then add that to each book.
I'll clone once for each book, with the idea being that each bug cloned from this one have:
1) The abstract for 1 book
2) A link to the the topic in the book that contains all of the abstracts.
Are you still handling this tracker on purpose Cheryn?
(In reply to Tim Hildred from comment #3)
> Are you still handling this tracker on purpose Cheryn?
No reason, I've already written my drafts on the Mojo page linked in comment 2. Feel free to use or rewrite.