At Eucalyptus, we’re about to go through a documentation content audit. One of the goals of this audit is to see where we need to rewrite our content more concisely. When done well, concise content makes for easier understanding, and usually provides a way for cheaper and more precise translations.
But what constitutes brevity in content? Could we just use a haiku format? Before I dismiss that idea, I think I need to test it out:
My cloud computing
deployment is merciless.
So complex. So sad.
But FastStart can make
installation a snap. Though
not a ginger snap.
Okay, maybe not a haiku format.
Move along folks. Nothing to see here.