Blogging as Non-Traditional Support Documentation

Today, I spoke at the Budapest Write the Docs. I talked about what I’ve learned about documentation through posting on the blog and The Daily Post.

Andrew Spittle wrote a good summary of my talk here. Here is a recording of the talk:

And here are the slides:


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I'm a Happiness Engineer for Automattic. I live in Austin, and I love travel, reading, and sleep.

3 thoughts on “Blogging as Non-Traditional Support Documentation

  1. How’s Budapest? Hope you’re having a great trip.

    Your topic makes a lot of sense to me. My other wordpress blog is an attempt to use wordpress like a more traditional web site rather than a blog, but we are using the blogging capability exactly as non-traditional documentation of our project.

      1. I look forward to hearing about it.

        Thanks, the project has been very interesting. I forgot to mention that the blog part of the site is the “Whats New” section where we document all the work done by the various groups and the rest of the pages are pretty much static.

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