Re: Slides in the DDP CVS
On Tue, 08 Oct 2002 10:47:30 +0200, Javier =?iso-8859-1?Q?Fern=E1ndez-Sanguino_Pe=F1a?= <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> We currently have a web page (http://www.debian.org/events/talks) with
> information on some talks that have taken place and pointers to the
> slides. However, it is my opinion that we should have some slides (for
> common talks, at the very least) in a CVS server.=20
> Could I make a new CVS area called 'slides' (such as manpages,
> manuals.sgml and articles) and include some of the slides (I do have some
> However, we should probably decide the preferred format first: HTML?
> MagicPoint? TeX? (with Prosper) Some issues are also de image formats
> (jpg? png?)
> If nobody objects I will add mgp files and proper Makefiles to compile
> them into HTML. Is that fine?=20
> ... I will add,
> at the very least slides for the following conferences:
> - What is Debian? (aka Debian intro)
> - How does Debian work?
> - Debian's package management
> - Debian security
> - Debian i18n
MagicPoint looks like a reasonable choice to me, especially given the
number of talks that are already there using that format.
Your Makefile will be appreciated. Perhaps at some point, we can (should?)
agree on conventions in using MagicPoint such that some standard Makefile
will be sufficient.