Re: The HURD on the desktop ?
On Tue, May 14, 2002 at 10:54:05PM -0400, David Walter wrote:
> "Ciaran O'Riordan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >>The documentation coordinator was asking that books be written in
> >>Docbook instead of Texinfo.
> >The doc coordinator of the Hurd? Debian? GNU Writers Movement?
> >>Before any brand new is written, we should
> >>check with him.
> >Why would documentation be written in anything other than Texinfo?
> >I'm probably missing something, could you clarify this for me?
> >I believe the reason is the debian policy.
> DOCUMENTATION POLICY
> * Manual licenses comply with DFSG
> * Directory structure: filesystem, WWW, FTP
> * We use DebianDoc SGML for our documents
> * Every document has one maintainer
> see: http://www.debian.org/doc/ddp
I can assert you that there is little reason for GNU to worry about Debian's
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