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Thanks for the chat today! I think one of the things I’m trying to get closer to figuring out with Templates/Documentation/a Pressbook now is ease of use for newbies. For someone brand new getting their sea legs in CPanel, when might I direct them to a SPLOT, when might I direct them to a template? Should I explain one or both in my beginner’s documentation (question for myself)?
I ask myself What do they need to take away from the process?
I started with a new beginner’s guide (below), but it’s still chock full of information some of which might not be relevant.
I did decide to make it WordPress focused as a starting point, because the world of CPanel is too much for a lot of people.
I waffle on this, but right now, I’m trying to center my own language around questions like “what are you trying to do?”
So for that reason, I do think starting with WordPress makes sense because many people are probably coming to your DoOO hoping to make a portfolio, blog or something like that. Then you can allude to further use cases like self-publishing etc. For that same reason, I like to introduce SPLOTs with the use case first, i.e. “Hey here is a tool that lets students in your class easily share things to your site”
I’m really curious though about how others approach this.
I think I’ll build some more general documentation into the grand ol documentation site about the SPLOTs in Cpanel, I don’t have that there yet and I think there is value to explaining what those are :-D. I wonder the same! Thanks to the team for a great session today on all aspects of Reclaim!