Re: RFC: Changing of /doc/manuals/ implementation
On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 09:45:17PM +0100, Rob Bradford wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-09-09 at 16:12, Martin Schulze wrote:
> > Rob Bradford wrote:
> > > I'm proposing a new hierarchy for the /doc/manuals/ tree.
> Yes. That sucks doesnt it, i was hoping someone would suggest a clever
> solution. TBH i was kinda disappointed by the feedback i guess no one
> else has noticed that there is currently inconsistency in the way things
> are laid out now. See quick-reference in /en/
I noticed it and have been ranting on ML like you. But I did not have
better idea. So do not be disappointed but give us a good "workable"
technical proposal. I will follow it.
By the way, what inconsistencies are you talking. Missing link to the
"examples". Or missing HTML (this must be).
For your information,
these are 2 different documents (short and full length).
If apt-howto does the same, this directory will have apt-howto.txt.
> Joy thought someone else was working on improving this or something.
> Osamu was this you?
I want to but I have no clear answer. That is why I asked Javier to
give me proposal. He complained similar thing but his alternative had
similar flaw like yours. Any "workable" suggestions from web expert
like you are most welcomed.
FYI: Current debiandoc-sgml defaults with no customization and renaming
creates as follows.
<locale> = en, pt_BR
<web-locale> = en, pt-br
This is not useful for content negotiation.
Oh, lastly I found Susan who wrote debian-doc policy on debian-sgml
mailing list. I sent mail to her about this archive structure question.
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