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Re: Debian documentation

On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 11:27:01PM -0700, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> I think "Debian specific documents" needs to be better organized for
> woody+1 in /usr/share/doc/DEBIAN/, just like HOWTO and RFC.
> This provide more consistent file location and perceived benefits are;
> 1. Easier to make the document section of CD image
> 2. Easier Publication on the Debian web site (stable, testing, unstable)
> 3. Easier to find all general documents
> 4. Consistency, ...
> 5. Even if translations are packaged by different people, they install
>    into consistent location.

I suggest to add  translator-friendly tools to check if translation are up to 
date and a tool to split document into parts. For example such part of
the document has change since last translation...

				Pierre Machard
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