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Re: Documentation feedback: technical intro 12 days ago

From Amanjeev Sethi to ~qaul/community

> What do you think? Alternatively we drop the "layers" and bump all the
> headings down by one.

I like this with Layers heading except are these truly layers, 
as in do they  live atop one another? Otherwise we could
use "Components"? I am not aware of the actual details
so leave it to you for Layers vs Components etc. but I like it
given RATMAN is also gonna be there. :)


On Mon, Jan 13, 2020, at 5:23 PM, Katharina Fey wrote:
> > I agree. This entire section is only about libqaul so makes sense
> > to not talk about other layers in the entire stack.
> >

Re: Documentation feedback: technical intro 13 days ago

From Amanjeev Sethi to ~qaul/community

> Never sure being in the weeds of things

You are all experts and you should want noobs like me. :)

> 'libqaul' is a layer in the stack

I agree. This entire section is only about libqaul so makes sense
to not talk about other layers in the entire stack.

> Would you not have the 'libqaul internals' section under 'layers',
> or do you think renaming it to just 'libqaul' might be better?

If you are asking about the title "Layers" then I do think the
section can be renamed to libqaul with the three subsections

Re: Documentation feedback: technical intro 13 days ago

From Amanjeev Sethi to ~qaul/community

I really like it. I think publishing this as-is immediately will be beneficial for technical intro. 

I just have a minor question: 

I am assuming that the sections like "libqaul internals" section will be its own sub-page? I currently do not understand (or lack of project understanding) whetber "libqual internals" is a "Layer" subheading, as in, is it truly a part of the Layer? 

I think "apps" and "service api" do seem like layers within qaul.net.



On Mon, Jan 13, 2020, at 11:58 AM, Katharina Fey wrote:
> Hey,
> 
> I rewrote the technical documentation intro to be more up-to-date and

Re: Project milestone a month ago

From Amanjeev Sethi to ~qaul/community

<3 
yay! thank you. 

On Tue, Dec 10, 2019, at 9:49 PM, Katharina Fey wrote:
> 
> just hit a bit of a milestone on the project.  The demo now (just in my
> personal tree for now, will merge soon!) initialises three qaul stacks,
> up to the text messaging service level, then send a message through the
> entire stack.  On the reveiving end the message is stored in the message
> store, then pushed out to a service listener for this service.
> 
> This is what that then looks like:
> 
> ---