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Re: fixing up /usr/doc

On Thu, 24 Dec, 1998, Zack Brown wrote:
> /usr/doc is virtually unusable because of the many bogus entries it has. The
> directory listing takes a long time to even start to display, and most of
> the entries are pretty much empty anyway. why not make /usr/doc a place
> where real documentation (and *only* real documentation) can be found. Right
> now users have to sift through endless stubs to get to the real stuff.
> Why not have a /usr/doc/stubs directory, where stubs can go until they get
> some real docs to put in them?

I disagree

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