Re: Re^2: Status of Debian Policy
>>>>> "MB" == Marco Budde <Marco.Budde@hqsys.antar.com> writes:
MB: The most beginners don't like info because there's no good
MB: browser. I would vote for texi2html because it look's much
MB: better than info2html and the user doesn't need a WWW server.
There is one good info browser: GNU Emacs. On the other side I don't
know any good browser for HTML, that's the main problem of HTML
OK, if HTML was chosen as Debian documentation format, why not. But I
really don't know why to waste my limited disk space for (mostly
uncompressed!) HTML documents, when (from my point of view) better
format is available.
MB: I think we should use HTML in the packages. Additional we
MB: could produce postscript files for printing.
Further wastage of disk space for many users.
I know it was said many times, but AFAIK nothing happened yet: the
best choice is to provide facility to install chosen and/or prefered
type (HTML, info, postscript, text, ...) of documentation if
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