Re: permission to modify docs in cvs for boot-floppies
In message <[🔎] 19981114124733.D319@debian.org> you wrote:
>On Sat, Nov 14, 1998 at 12:31:23PM -0500, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
>> As such I'd like to basically "own" install.sgml, at least for the
>> mean time. Is this ok with you? Can you add me to the
>> sr1-boot-floppies list?
>Go for it.
Oh boy; here we go!
>This is one of the most important documents that need to be translated.
>Could you set something up? I can point the web translation teams in your
>direction when you are ready. Hopefully it will be set up so the html
>pages don't have to be renamed to <file>.<lang>.html .
Um, I don't speak any language but English. Well, American, actually.
However, I can try to coordinate. As we discussed before, the
infrastructure for multi-lingual documentation isn't really there in
Can anyone here on the debian-doc help here?
>To date, I've copied the install docs from the archive. Is this how you
>recommend I keep the web copy up to date? If not tell me what I should
Hmm. I suggest a system similar to what Oliver uses to keep the
DDP pages. I think you use a similar thing for www.debian.org;
namely, a CVS checked out directory, nightly updated, 'make install-www'
run, which installs the HTML?
We'd have to be careful to only commit changes that don't break the
build, but that would be the most automated way....
Let me know what you decide and I can hack on the Makefile
in the documentation subdir.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>