[kepler-dev] Getting Started with Kepler Guide

Deana D. Pennington dpennington at lternet.edu
Wed Apr 4 07:29:48 PDT 2007


I plan to work on the tutorials and demos beginning in a week or so -- both
updating the ones we have and constructing new ones.  It would be great if I
could send them to you to "test" as I get them done.  

Deana Pennington

Quoting Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com>:

> Kirsten,
>     The last of my questions had just been answered with bug entry  
> 2809. From the reading of the bug, it seems that all of the problems I 
> encountered are planned to work in future releases of the product.
>     With that said, I found the "Getting Started with Kepler Guide" to 
> be very helpful. I did make approximately three pages of notes. My  
> notes are very "nit-picky" and there are some other issues, like  
> naming conventions, that there may be little you can do anything  
> about. Unless I just copy and paste the very cryptic notes to you,  
> I'll need to review them so they make more sense. Most of the issues I 
> saw were very minor (like a stray period (full stop) on page 13, or  
> the desktop graphic is now different than shown in the guide (at least 
> on the Mac), etc.) I won't be able to review these notes and make  
> something intelligible to send for several weeks.
>    So, I have two choices: Send the "chicken-scratch" I have, or wait 
> a few more weeks until I can sit down and make this more legible.  I  
> prefer the latter, but, if it helps, I can privately send you my  
> "chicken-scratch" until I have time to look at this again. I'm sorry  
> to be "hit-or-miss." It's that time of the semester when everything  
> ramps up.
>     Please let me know which of these would be the most helpful to
> you.
> Warmest Regards,
> Glen Jarvis
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