By joesciallo on Sep 30, 2009
I wanted to address an issue that comes up from time to time with documentation for anything: how do you find what you are looking for? And do it quickly? The wikis.sun.com model provides a number of ways to get to information:
- You can browse by page, label, and recent updates.
- You can use the global search, for all wiki spaces, or the site-specific search, which we provide on every page of our Communications Suite wiki sites.
- Yes, you can still google for information, but my recommendation is to use the wikis.sun.com specific ways of getting to the information. Indeed, I find the wikis.sun.com search to be quite fast and effective in finding what I'm looking for.
I do realize that as a writer of this information, I'm at an advantage, knowing where everything is. It is my job to make it easy for the community to also know where everything is. So leave a comment if you have suggestions for how to improve our wiki docs model, especially if you are having difficulty locating particular information.