Re: synchronizing README.Debian with wiki.debian.org
Junichi Uekawa <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > I had an idea and still pondering on it. I wanted to do automatic
>> > two-way synchronization with README.Debian and wiki.debian.org
>> Excuse me - which existing wiki pages are synchronized with
> I don't really know of any,
> My personal impression is that although we have this system of
> maintaining 'README.Debian', it's often outdated on most packages. It
> might help if users have direct (although maintainers should really
> check the contents) influence on its contents.
Ah, I understand. Yes, it *is* a good idea.
I don't know whether we're the only ones, but tex-common has a
"README.Debian.$ext" in txt, pdf and html/* format (prepared with
debiandoc-sgml), which replaces README.Debian. How would your script
interact with that situation?
[Actually it's called "TeX-on-Debian.*", the naming has historical
reasons, and I'd rather not rename it, but we could easily add a symlink
from README.Debian to it. The general point is still: README.Debian in
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