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What is the role of the Site Owner in AEM and how is the field used?
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When creating a site based on a Blueprint, one can optionally assign a Site Owner. The field allows an existing user to be picked but there's little information in the documentation as to what this means exactly. What are the responsibilities of a site owner? Will the user selected receive notifications when something happens to a site? Does it have to do with approvals? Are there any OOTB features that use the Site Owner field?

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While I agree that setting up a Maven project is the way to go, I think the documentation for AEM 6.2 should be updated not to be misleading at the very least. At the moment, it explicitly mentions options that are simply not there.Developing a project in CRXDE is not something I would recommend to a sworn enemy but it's quite useful when you want to explain the basic concepts behind Sling and AEM Templates and Components to someone without setting up a full blown development environment.

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Neat. Thank you.

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Thanks, that helps a lot. At least I can find the information I need.It would still be nice for the direct links to be sorted out though.

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Links to the documentation regarding specific widgets on the xtypes documentation pages do not open properly in the browser. Instead, they cause a file download (please see the gif attached). Upon opening, the downloaded document seems to miss styles and JS so it's unreadable.This seems to happen regardless of the AEM version selected.Can you help?

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