[Freeswitch-docs] mod_dptools strmicroepoch
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Tue Jun 16 10:21:45 MSD 2015
I am embarrassed to say that I started that transition from the complex page
names to the simple, descriptive names. What you see is that incomplete
The general rule is that we should keep page titles short and simple.
While special characters are permitted, they force Confluence to create page
titles using the long numeric ID rather than the more recognizable plain
text page titles. It seems like a small, nitpicky point, but simply seeing
the actual page title in a link on the mailing list or on irc can give the
user confidence of what he is clicking and is self-explanatory. That is one
reason why I was simplifying those page titles.
Of course, once I got into it I discovered that the page content in many
cases needed some (or a LOT of) editing. You can't win :-(
We do not need to adhere to the wiki way of doing things. If there is a
better way in Confluence, by all means let's use it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stanislav Sinyagin
> Sent: Monday, 15 June, 2015 18:28
> Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-docs] mod_dptools strmicroepoch
> I added a short dialplan example.
> @ALL: what is actually the correct title -- "mod_dptools: xxxx" or just
> we need to remove inconsistency in child page names.
> On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 12:11 AM, Kristin King
> <kristin.king at quentustech.com> wrote:
> > I needed to be able to view the microsecond epoch, but was only able to
> > find documentation for the regular "second" epoch, strepoch:
> > Once I tested the strmicroepoch tool, I created the page for it under
> > mod_dptools, with brief description and usage syntax here:
> > Please let me know if the explanation is sufficient or if there are any
> > updates that need to be made to the page.
> > Thanks all!
> > --
> > Kristin King
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