Re: web pages
On Wed, Jan 02, 2002 at 08:55:36PM +0100, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > > > What you're saying has merit... I'll move the index and
> > > > artwork, jigdo-cd, pik and netinst subdirs to ... (That was ..
> > > > and then a full-stop. :)
> > >
> > > Wait, not netinst, that's also about CD images, just small ones.
> > It's about using a net install instead of getting Debian on CD.
> > Perfectly OK to have it as /CD/netinst IMHO, especially since
> > nothing else would be put into /CD/images apart from netinst.
> Erm, no, the stuff that would stay in /CD/images is:
> index page (lists the version)
> mirroring (+rsync mirrors)
Hm, the FAQ is not only about images, some questions apply equally to
CDs bought from a vendor.
Maybe I should say why I prefer a flat tree, without another images/
- I'd expect that all pages in the navbar of the main "Debian on CD"
page should appear exactly 1 level lower in the dir hierarchy. IOW,
the logical and physical site structure should coincide.
- Visitors will have shorter URLs to remember, should they ever want
to type them in directly.
> > Written at 04:48AM... - I was beginning to wonder whether you
> > really /are/ located in the +0100 time zone that your headers
> > suggest. :-)
> I thought the same when I saw your mail :) It's worrying at times :)
Let's hope these are not the first symptoms of MGD (Mad Geek Disease).
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