Re: README in / of debian cd's.
On Tue, Apr 11, 2000 at 02:07:49PM +0200, J.A. Bezemer wrote:
> > > there are currrently 8 README files on a debian potato cd.
> > > none of the README files is helpfull.
> > >
> > > i strongly recommend to have exacly one README in the root of the cd
> > > image, and have only pointer to other documentations in there.
> > The Release notes could be the starting point for everything, as they
> > include a pointer to installation documents and upgrading information.
> First: do RelNotes cover/point to instructions for upgrading PRE-2.1 ???
> (in 2.1 they did not)
> Second: People always look at README's in the first place, so then
> simply make a README that says "see the RelNotes".
Ever heard of symlinks? :)
> Third: I don't see any 2.2 RelNotes on either FTP or webpages. It should be
> somewhere plainly visible. "Someone" please take care of this.
Hmmm... I don't have the permissions for the FTP archive... perhaps for the
web pages, I'll check that out.
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