Re: Debian WWW standards version 2.0
'Bruce Perens wrote:'
>Please criticize and return.
I sign off as approved.
>Debian will maintain a directory /usr/doc . This directory
>is restricted in that it may be on a read-only medium once packages have been
>installed. This is an appropriate place to install program documentation and
>examples that do not need
>to be re-written while the system is operating. Each WWW server must export
>this directory as "http://<hostnamne>/debian/ROM.usr.doc . The WWW server
>must treat this as ROM space, and must not write files under this directory.
One suggestion: define ROM for the uninitiated.
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