Bill Bearden wrote:
> I am currently working on modifying a system that I
> didn't build. And, alas, the original development team
> is long gone. I can't count the number of times I have
> wished for a repository for application-level
> knowledge nuggets. I don't care so much about the
> language-level knowlege, but I really want to know how
> things work and how they are inter-related. It seems
> like a good application for a fairly simple ontology
> (nouns based on the domain model, classes, methods,
> etc?) and assertions (RDF?).
Yeah! The nice thing about language/classes, though is
the ontology can be fairly stable. Once you've learned
some of it, there should be a lot of leverage for
diving in and learning more.
> > [Somewhere in the open source community, I recall
> > seeing a
> > FAQ-generating tool. But I don't recall where, or
> > how good
> > it was.)
> The Apache project has one. Whether it is the one you
> are remembering, I don't know. Click on "Faq-O-Matic"
> link under Site Resources at http://java.apache.org/.
That's the one!
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