Re: Articles mentioning Debian
>> "j" == john <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
j> I wrote:
>> I've always assumed that the menu system was just for GUI stuff.
j> Martin Bialasinski writes:
>> The menu package is more general.
j> How general? Should I create menu entries for text-only packages?
I would do so. This way the documentation nicly intergrates into dwww.
Or if you mean "programs which needs a textterminal", here is an example:
longtitle="Gnuplot - interactive plotting program"\
A command-line driven interactive plotting program.\
Package for making 2D and 3D graphs from data and functions.\
Take a look at /usr/doc/menu. The documentation is very good.