By docteger on Apr 28, 2009
There have been changes made to the OpenSSO Resource Center. The home page might look the same but drill down deeper and you will find some new sections.
- First and foremost, Sun OpenSSO Documentation has been moved from another (relatively new) wiki space to become buddies with the OpenSSO Resource Center.
- The Sun OpenSSO doc team has begun the process of moving all official documentation (starting with version 8.0) to the Sun OpenSSO Documentation wiki space. All documentation moving forward will be created on wiki. Here is a direct link to the Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 Documentation Center wiki. This page has links to the documentation on docs.sun.com as well as newer links to the wiki versions of the documentation. (The titles of wiki pages are appended with the word wiki to differentiate from those appended with the acronym dsc.) You will notice more wiki-formatted pages and less links to docs.sun.com as the process proceeds.
- A Community Contributions space has been added for YOU. As long as you are a registered user of wikis.sun.com, a Sun partner or a Sun employee, you can add a page and write up some content that will be helpful to the rest of the community. Or just edit the Community Contributions home page and add a link to a blog entry or other article you think might be helpful to the OpenSSO community.
- Any information you publish as a registered wiki user can be viewed and edited by other registered wiki users. Anonymous users can view, but not edit, content.
- Any information you publish as a Sun employee can be viewed and edited by other Sun employees only.
- Engineering Drafts is a SUN INTERNAL site. (Sorry, externals.) Sun employees can add one-pagers, requirement specs, PRDs, and other requisite documentation to this page. Thus, all our development docs can be housed in one place. This page describes how to create an engineering draft page.