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Topic for discussion: I've worked on and have wanted auto-generated Tridion documentation. How should we do it for STRI? For context, I often have to document Tridion Schemas after-the-fact.

Of the following, what would you recommend or prefer for an "STRI-friendly" approach?

  • GUI extension like PowerTools Schema documenter
  • Template that previews an item to show its (Schema) details
  • PowerShell script
  • Bookmarklet or JavaScript?

I'm thinking templates might be the easiest way to get contributors and have this in a folder as an STRI module. If so, would there be preference for the type of CM-side template (modular with XSLT, DWT, with C# TBBs)?

Update: Bart pointed out this could better fit a discussion, especially since any answers would be opinion-based (even his own).

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  • As this is more a discussion type of question, I'm wondering if we should move it to Meta? Let's await some opinions – Bart Koopman Mar 22 '15 at 16:59
  • Being an STRI question made me think TRex proper, but I think SDL Community might fit better for a discussion. I was hoping someone like Bart Koopman (oh hi, Bart) would say, "definitely do it this way," but it seems STRI modules can be anything we want. I might just close this question and make something, Midas Rule style. – Alvin Reyes Mar 23 '15 at 16:53
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    I'm not against the question, just it looks more like a discussion since the answes are opinion based (in which case we could move it to meta, or to community.sdl.com indeed). Who am I to say: "do it this way"? (even though my name is Bart ;o) – Bart Koopman Mar 23 '15 at 17:01
  • K, l'll try Meta first for the discussion and we'll see how modules evolve. :-) – Alvin Reyes Mar 23 '15 at 20:32

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