|Re: What The? [message #582733]
||Tue, 30 October 2007 13:17
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
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I've added the OHF newsgroup to the "to" list of the reply. I assume
and that you've looked at the online help.
Keep in mind that Eclipse is an open source project and hence your
involvement in helping make it better will be appreciated. There is a
wiki where you could start to outline a user's guide and hope that this
will prompt the developers to help flesh it out further:
With EMF, if folks start a wiki document and ask me to review it, I
typically feel compelled to expand on it. The principle being that I
tend to be more inclined to help those who help themselves...
Scott Winch wrote:
> STEM is NOT user friendly software. A guide to how to use STEM rather
> than the current guide on what STEM can do would be so much more
> useful... It's like giving you a jet and telling you where you can go,
> but no pilot!!
> I have spent quite some time trying to navigate through STEM only to
> find barrier after barrier. This is not a useful tool in an outbreak
> setting because it is not user friendly, a fundamental principle in
> I.T. systems!!
> There should at least be on line tutorials which would make it so much
> more acceptable...
> Are there any solutions out there???
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I've added the OHF newsgroup to the "to" list of the reply.
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