Re: wiki.debian.org/doc/packagename/readme.debian ?
On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 3:59 AM, Franklin PIAT <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Lucas,
> On Tue, May 6, 2008 05:24, Lukasz Szybalski wrote:
> > I am working on a script that would create a website page like this:
> > http://lucasmanual.com/mywiki/doc/ant/README.Debian
> > or
> > http://lucasmanual.com/mywiki/usr/share/doc/ant/README.Debian
> > This is an actual README.Debian from stable 'ant' package.
> > Would wiki.debian.org be interested in having such a thing? aka have
> > all readme files available on a wiki?
> If the purpose is to publish the README.Debian online, I'm not sure it's
> the most suitable place. I think a static page would be more suitable,
> like :
Static pages could work if you only wanted to display them.
> However, if DD were interested in maintaining that file on the wiki (which
> is probably what you have in mind), I would find it very suitable.
> Of course, only the packages actually updating the README from the wiki
> should be published on the wiki.
I'm not sure what would need to happen process wise to enable
Developers to use wiki page to collaborate their readme and
readme.debian. We could definitely upload and download it. I think if
DD decided to maintain the readme on wiki and somehow allow users to
provide suggestions (additional useful info) then these readme files
could become even more useful.
Right now my main goal was to provide them online as sometimes the
readme has some important information that google can't find (have
readme online) and sometimes google has better instructions then
readme.(allow for some colaboration)
> What about URIs like this ?
I'll modify the script to make it so.
How things change from stable to testing?, maybe