Expanding the documentation

Connor Imes rocket2dmn at aol.com
Fri Jun 13 17:50:09 UTC 2008

Dougie Richardson wrote:
>> Nevertheless, I think there is a need to mark-up documentation which
>> has
>> been recognised as being of good quality. Maybe something a little less
>> intrusive than a banner across the top of the page, like a star (as per
>> Wikipedia's "featured articles")?
> Feel free to shoot this down but could we implement some JavaScript to allow
> people to rate pages if they were useful.
> This would give us a way to quantify not only what is useful but what is
> also no longer accessed (if no one is using it then no one is rating it).
> Simple five star roll over or such like, you know like IMDB[1] has.
> Plus it looks cool.
> Cheers,
> Dougie
> [1] http://www.imdb.com/ (if you haven't heard of IMDB, then you may need to
> look up 1995 and the advent of the Internet, lol)

Functionality like that sounds like it could be useful, not sure on the
logistics of implementing it anytime soon, though.  Thoughts?

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