Re: DebianDoc-SGML outstanding issues
Adam DiCarlo (email@example.com) wrote:
> Ardo van Rangelrooij <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > 3. http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=14923
> > new <ref> tag for cross references
> > This also came from the begin period of the DDP and is still very
> > applicable in its concept. We really needd support in Debian for
> > a kind of document catalog system. See the bug report for all the
> > details.
> > Proposal = reassign to e.g. doc-base
> That's fine with me. Retitle it "debian doc URN scheme".
Will do. Thanks.
> > I'm slowly working on a reorg/rewrite of the manual.
> > Finally, there's also the Brazilian translation of the DebianDoc-SGML
> > manual (package = debiandoc-sgml-doc-pt-br). Upon my reorg/rewrite of
> > the original the translation will be out-of-date. I will upload a
> > version to keep the package itself in sync with debiandoc-sgml-doc
> > (packaging wise, that is). What do we do with this one? Put it in
> > the DDP CVS and call for more translation (after the upcoming
> > reorg/rewrite)?
> Might I suggest that you perhaps put the debiandoc-sgml manual in DDP
> cvs area. You would still be in charge of packaging, and our
> infrastructure/contributors can take care of translation?
Good idea. I'll do that after the reorg (which I plan for the next couple
> But I'm not really aware of what other issues there may be or if the
> the build of the manual relies on the source ...
Well, at some point (e.g. when we have a <table>) that might become an issue,
but other manuals could have the same problem. Maybe we should get a chroot
sid environment for building manuals at some point.
Ardo van Rangelrooij
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