[ Please don't Cc: public replies to me. ] Marco Budde: > That's right. But a lot of important packages like doc-linux don't use > HTML. The transition to using HTML as the primary on-line documentation format is somewhat incomplete, yes. :) > I would suggest, that we introduce a new directory /usr/html or Er, no. All documentation goes below /usr/doc (or /usr/share/doc under the new version of FSSTND (to be known as FHS :)). That manual pages and info files go under /usr/man and /usr/info, respectively, is because of historical and techical reasons. There's no need to do that for HTML. It's better to keep documentation in one place so that it can, for example, be shared between machines easily. It also makes it easier to access them via the Debian web server setups. (This has, I think, also been discussed.) -- Please read <http://www.iki.fi/liw/mail-to-lasu.html> before mailing me. Please don't Cc: me when replying to my message on a mailing list.
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