[IPT] IPT Documentation

Baillargeon, Guy Guy.Baillargeon at AGR.GC.CA
Wed Mar 18 15:48:16 CET 2009

Bonjour Arnaud
One thing I hope you will document is how to fully customize the look and feel of the IPT.  

What is available under http://localhost:8080/ipt/admin/configOrg.html is insufficient.  

In order to use IPT, I will have to make it fully compliant with  
	"Common Look and Feel for the Internet 2.0" 
imposed by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat on all Canadian Federal Government Web Sites. Unless I can do that, I will not be able to use the IPT.

That includes being able to toggle between English and French with one single click from any page on the site, meaning that all aspects of IPT must be configurable for internationalization and localization (languages, text and numeral processing conventions, date/time formats, etc.)


-----Original Message-----
From: ipt-bounces at lists.gbif.org [mailto:ipt-bounces at lists.gbif.org] On Behalf Of Arnaud Réveillon
Sent: March 17, 2009 10:44
To: ipt at lists.gbif.org
Subject: [IPT] IPT Documentation

Dear all,

My name is Arnaud Réveillon and I have been appointed to write the
documentation for the IPT.

I am not new to the GBIF and biodiversity-related software as I worked
during four years (2004-2008) for the Belgian focal point for the
Convention on Biological Diversity, acting as tutor (mostly on
databases, web applications, web pages editors, etc.) and as
webmaster. During this period, I have been regularly in contact with
members of several national GBIF nodes and am generally well aware of
their work.

I am not yet fully familiar with the IPT but hope to get up to speed
in the next few days, with the help of the list.

Please do not hesitate to let me know about your needs, the
difficulties you are having with the IPT or anything that may be of
interest regarding the documentation, which is scheduled to be ready
on 16 April.

Thank you,

Arnaud Réveillon-
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