Re: Packaging HOWTO
Christian Schwarz writes:
> IMHO we need a "Debian User's Guide". This guide should include all
> existing documents (rewritten) and a few new ones. I think we should
> discuss this further (perhaps on a newly created mailing list?).
Yes, a "Debian User's Guide" would make the debian distribution
much more useful and attractive!
> Note that I _DONT_ want to have a single SGML-source for that document. We
> should keep this as decentralized as Debian is now. However, I would like
> to create a "framework" for the user that wants to get the information and
> doesn't know where to look.
> I'm thinking about making this TOC a HTML-Page which refers to the
> currently available documents. Of course, the documents will have to be
> changed to have some common layout.
Please do so. This HTML-page can also serve as a framework for
the work on the manual. Let's decide upon a TOC split into
chapters and sections, and then find authors for each section.
As soon as a section is ready for the public, we can add a
link to it.
> But we could also make some printable version of this (SGML->Latex->PS). I
> certainly like the idea of having a "Debian User's Guide".
Whenever the stuff is written, it should be an easy task to rewrite it
in SGML and make it an "official" document.
Göran Andersson <email@example.com>
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