Glossary in documentation - help us make it better

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Hello. The documentation team is embarking on a common glossary to be used in all product documentation -- from EXOS to hardware to wireless. We're hoping some of our users can fill us in on what a useful glossary would look like.

Here are some specific questions we have:

  • Would you use a Glossary to find definitions of terms and acronyms over Google searching?
  • Can we leave out common networking terms?
  • Do you want definitions available by clicking over hovering over the term?
  • What else do you want to see?
Any insight you can give us will help us greatly as we build this glossary.

Thanks!

Christina M.
Editor, Information Development Team RDU
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Christina M, Lead Technical Editor, Information Development

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Posted 3 years ago

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Laura

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I would probably use Google first, then look on here.
You can leave out common terms.
hovering over word is better, i think
pictures for terms, maybe?
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Laura

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I just started using this site, and I like how helpful everyone is in explaining wireless to  me, since I am new to the field.
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eyeV

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It's a really good idea. I think, I'd use it.

I've had some troubles with special extreme specific topics and terms like UPM, AVB, SRP and some other.