Re: Installing the Chinese web pages
On Tue, Apr 20, 1999 at 09:24:35PM -0400, James A. Treacy wrote:
> I just did a 'make install' and it worked properly. The chinese directory
> has also been added to the global Makefile so they will be updated
Thank you very much! Things seem to be working great! :-)
Here are a few more questions for you. If these questions have been
asked before, feel free to give me a pointer to a web page or the mail
archive, so you don't have to spend time re-answering them again. :-)
1. How often is the Makefile run?
2. Is wml installed on va or another machine?
(Last time I checked, I couldn't find it on va.)
3. This may be too much to ask, but is there a way for us to run a
"make cleandest; make install" manually for a particular language?
(Hehe, I am sometimes too impatient and would like to see
a near real-time change on www.debian.org. <grin, duck, run>)
4. Is http://www.debian.org/chinese/ (index.??.html) a good place
to put our Debian Chinese Project Home Page? If not, what place
would you suggest? http://www.debian.org/$(somesubdir)/chinese/ ?
http://www.debian.org/~$(maintainer)/chinese/ ? Or elsewhere?
5. What is the policy regarding modifying other languages' pages?
For example, if I (or anyone else on the Chinese translation team)
want to fix an HTML syntax error, fixes grammar error, or
(*gasp*) e.g. create an webwml/english/chinese directory,
a. Just go ahead, make the changes and "cvs commit"?
b. Ask first. (Ask whom? Or just by posting a message on the list?)
and wait for someone else to fix it.
c. Pick one of the above depending on the magnitude of the changes?
Thanks in advance. :-)