Currently, Drupal is a pretty good platform to use as a basis for a variety of mobile solutions. However, the information about this is spread around: docs for a particular module, blog posts, Drupalcon/DrupalCamp presentations, etc.
In order to take Drupal to the next level, we need to consolidate and improve documentation around building mobile solutions with Drupal. So let's create a new Mobile Guide that links to all the existing documentation and expands upon it.
Here's the main guide page: http://drupal.org/documentation/mobile
Debate and iteratively improve an outline for the mobile guide at http://drupal.org/documentation/mobile Determine what friendly URL it should have and add it to node #1380356 Build stub pages for all the outlined topics Flesh out all the pages of the guide with resources Determine where on http://drupal.org/documentation the guide should go. Two suggestions have been to be under the “Developer guides” heading or the main “User and Builder Guides” heading. Review and polish each page in prep for initial public announcement Update guide home page to remove rough outline and replace with introductory text Add a link to the Mobile Guide from the http://drupal.org/documentation homepage
- Make public announcement of the new guide
- Turn the discussion into a movie script, sell out to Hollywood and learn to surf (i.e. Profit!)
Original report by Eliza411
As part of the D8 Mobile initiative JohnAlbin and I are creating a Mobile guide. I'm opening this issue to verify where to place it.
- I envision it at root-level, like the theming and multilingual guides, aliased to /documentation/mobile
- Once it has adequate content, we'd link it on http://drupal.org/documentation. I'm not sure yet if it'll be primarily a developer guide, but that will be well-defined before it gets created, and it would be put in the proper section accordingly.
Does this all sound okay?