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I have no argument with what you say, but some of the basic stuff like
what exactly do you include in a project is not at all clear, or what do you
put in "local" versus "workgoup" versus "workspace" etc.
I think I can explain that nicely by using a real world example and walking
When the tutorials use examples they might talk about a "widget" or
something. By definition you don't know what a "widget" is or what it is
composed of, so how can you get a feel for how to set up a project for it?
If you use a real world example such as a building, bridge, telephone,
automobile, tractor, etc. it is something that people can relate to. I design
specialized mobile equipment, and would describe how I'd set up the project
for a new machine and some of the mistakes I've made along the way. You, or
others in your group could make improvements to what I suggest.
I know there are all sorts of working enivronments out there and wouldn't
pretend to have answers for those individual needs, but I think a simple,
brief explanation of the basics using a real world example would be ueful for
I'll try to write something up and send it to you. It may take a day or
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