This makes sense - there are some IBM i products that have their own
site, so that updated info can be distributed faster, without having to
go through the InfoCenter process - I've been told.
On 3/4/2014 12:14 PM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I agree but I am willing to look at this from another angle. Let's
pretend that each 'topic' owns their own website of recommended ptf's.
Some do look quite different. That 'topic' can update at will. Now, the
suits get involved on the joint SF99whatever to just get them all. To get
approved on them means a lot of red tape, etc. This may slow down the
distribution. I suspect that these are how these islands got created in
the first place. The 'recommended PTFs' site is just a way to map the