This time, our guest poster is Bill Albing. Bill has some very interesting insights into technical communication to share.
If you’re curious, then check back here tomorrow to read the post.
There’s a moment that everyone who presents or speaks in public fears. And I entered that moment during a presentation last week.
I went blank.
Stage fright. Freezing up. A very pregnant pause. None of those terms really sum up what happened to me during that talk. I went all tabula. As in rasa. It wasn’t pleasant, for me or for my audience.
Here’s a look at what happened, and what I learned from the experience.
If you’re not familiar with a book sprint, read this for details.
This book sprint came about because:
This time around, the goal was to complete a manual for the Mozilla Thunderbird email client. I hosted the book sprint in Toronto, and Adam Hyde took overall control from Berlin (where he lives).
It was an interesting two days, to say the least. Here’s a summary of what went down.
Below are the slides and notes for the presentation on FLOSS Manuals that Scott gave at FSOSS 2010. You can also find them on our page at Slideshare.