After a short bumpy flight, we landed at the Grand Canyon Airport near Tusayan at the entrance to the South Rim. We spent the day admiring one of the most amazing natural wonders in the world. I was imagining the impact the beauty was having on them, the rich cultural experience, and how they would remember this trip for the rest of their lives.
Or so I thought. When we returned, each of my boys had one thing to report about what they saw that day. The younger one said: “I pushed a button on a Coke machine and I got a free soda!” The older one said (while pointing to a spot on his lower back): "We saw a girl with hair this long!” Mom squinted her eyes at me as if to say “What did you guys really do today?”
The same is true with documentation. Often, writers believe they have produced one of the written wonders of the world but all that people remember is the trouble they had logging in to the system. Let us know what you take away from a journey through Informix documentation. After using the Informix Information Center, be sure to tell us the following:
- Was the information easy to find?
- When you found the information, was it complete and were there links to related topics and tasks?
- Was the information presented in a way you could understand?
And yes, we even want to know if you had trouble logging in.