Re: Debian documentation
On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 11:03:45AM -0300, Gustavo Noronha Silva wrote:
> Em Wed, 19 Jun 2002 23:27:01 -0700, Osamu Aoki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > ...
> > apt-howto-en/
> > apt-howto-es/
> > apt-howto-it/
> > apt-howto-ko/
> > apt-howto-pl/
> > apt-howto-pt-br/
> > apt-howto-ru/
> It is important to note that the documents themselves are installed
> in apt-howto/$lang.
Oops. I should have checked. So you exactly same as what I do. Good.
> > DEBIAN/ (All Debian documents such as active DDP documents)
> > debian-faq/
> > en/
> > fr/
> > es/
> > it/
> > ja/
> > pt_BR/
> What if we used the language as the second level hierarchy directory?
> Debian/ (as Josip wants it =D)
> Easier to collect all documents in an specific language. Harder to
> find all the documents.
I was wondering on this. I intentionally proposed otherwise :)
This makes easier if someone want to create CD with selected locales.
But using apache auto language selection on web page is difficult, I
Maybe we should create additional directory:
Debian/ (as Josip wants it =D)
as a solution for the web pages. As long as there is a consistent policy
and everyone follows it, it shall be easy :)
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