Commit 48c67c26 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

Promote profile sharing to its own section

parent e6c785e4
......@@ -137,23 +137,12 @@ add support for multi-node profiles in the future.
the profile will be used by guest users, we recommend testing it as one
yourself: log out, and instantiate it using a different username (you will
also have to use an alternate email address.}
]
@subsection[#:tag "sharing-profiles"]{Sharing Profiles}
@future-work["planned-versioned-profiles"]
If you chose to make your profile publicly visible, it will show up in the main
``Select Profile'' list on @url[(apturl)]. Apt also gives you direct links to
your profiles so that you can share them with others, post them on your
website, publish them in papers, etc. The link can be found on the profile's
detail page, which is linked for your ``My Profiles'' page. If you chose to
make your profile accessable to anyone, the link will take the form
@code[(apturl "p/<project-id>/<profile-id>")]. If you didn't make the profile
public, the URL will have the form @code[(apturl "p/<UUID>")], where
@code{UUID} is a 128-bit number so that the URL is not guessable. You can still
share this URLs with anyone you want to have access to the profile---for
example, to give it to a collaborator to try out your work before publishing.
@instructionstep["Share your profile"]{Now that your profile is working,
you can @seclink["sharing-profiles"]{share it} with others by sending
them direct links, putting links on your webpage or in papers, etc. See
``@secref["sharing-profiles"]'' for more details.}
]
@subsection[#:tag "updating-profiles"]{Updating a profile}
......@@ -194,3 +183,19 @@ RSpecs}. You can create a profile directly from an RSpec by using the
``Create Profile'' option from the ``Actions'' menu. Note that you cannot edit
the text fields until you upload an RSpec, as these fields edit (in-browser)
fields in the RSpec.
@section[#:tag "sharing-profiles"]{Sharing Profiles}
@future-work["planned-versioned-profiles"]
If you chose to make your profile publicly visible, it will show up in the main
``Select Profile'' list on @url[(apturl)]. Apt also gives you direct links to
your profiles so that you can share them with others, post them on your
website, publish them in papers, etc. The link can be found on the profile's
detail page, which is linked for your ``My Profiles'' page. If you chose to
make your profile accessable to anyone, the link will take the form
@code[(apturl "p/<project-id>/<profile-id>")]. If you didn't make the profile
public, the URL will have the form @code[(apturl "p/<UUID>")], where
@code{UUID} is a 128-bit number so that the URL is not guessable. You can still
share this URLs with anyone you want to have access to the profile---for
example, to give it to a collaborator to try out your work before publishing.
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