RTFM: Content & Links

I do not know if this is the right list, but the only rtfm-related list
I have found is for development.

When you select a RTFM article, what are the “Content” and "Topics"
areas for and how to create/edit them? I thought the content would be
where you would put something in the article (i.e. the body of the
article, but I do not seem to be able to edit or create it). I am not
even able to create a RTFM topic, but have no problems creating RTFM
classes as root and articles as a normal user (provided of course I am
allowed to do so and being aware I cannot do much besides associating
tickets to it).

I do not know if this is the right list, but the only rtfm-related list
I have found is for development.

When you select a RTFM article, what are the “Content” and "Topics"
areas for and how to create/edit them? I thought the content would be
where you would put something in the article (i.e. the body of the
article, but I do not seem to be able to edit or create it). I am not
even able to create a RTFM topic, but have no problems creating RTFM
classes as root and articles as a normal user (provided of course I am
allowed to do so and being aware I cannot do much besides associating
tickets to it).

Have you read lib/RT/FM/Introduction.pod as referenced from the
README? It describes how to set up a Custom Field for Content and
discusses Topics

-kevin

Kevin Falcone wrote:

I do not know if this is the right list, but the only rtfm-related list
I have found is for development.

When you select a RTFM article, what are the “Content” and "Topics"
areas for and how to create/edit them? I thought the content would be
where you would put something in the article (i.e. the body of the
article, but I do not seem to be able to edit or create it). I am not
even able to create a RTFM topic, but have no problems creating RTFM
classes as root and articles as a normal user (provided of course I am
allowed to do so and being aware I cannot do much besides associating
tickets to it).

Have you read lib/RT/FM/Introduction.pod as referenced from the
README? It describes how to set up a Custom Field for Content and
discusses Topics

It seems the ubuntu rtfm package does not come with Introduction.pod. 

At least now I know that it exists, I can grab the release from
http://www.bestpractical.com/rtfm/download.html and do some reading.

Thanks!

Kevin Falcone wrote:

I do not know if this is the right list, but the only rtfm-related list
I have found is for development.

When you select a RTFM article, what are the “Content” and "Topics"
areas for and how to create/edit them? I thought the content would be
where you would put something in the article (i.e. the body of the
article, but I do not seem to be able to edit or create it). I am not
even able to create a RTFM topic, but have no problems creating RTFM
classes as root and articles as a normal user (provided of course I am
allowed to do so and being aware I cannot do much besides associating
tickets to it).

Have you read lib/RT/FM/Introduction.pod as referenced from the
README? It describes how to set up a Custom Field for Content and
discusses Topics

It seems the ubuntu rtfm package does not come with Introduction.pod.
At least now I know that it exists, I can grab the release from
http://www.bestpractical.com/rtfm/download.html and do some reading.

Please file a bug with the ubuntu maintainers for me

-kevin