Re: Localizing main site?
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Am 18.06.2005 um 14:22 schrieb Dafydd Harries:
Arch also works over HTTP.
That was written to show one of the differences between CVS and SVN.
- - Context is important.
Having said all of that, I wholeheartedly agree that Bazaar has
problems, particularly when things go wrong. But given that
It is not only a usability problem, that can be solved in IRC (not
all women may have time to access IRC). Distributed archives are not
purposed for centralised systems, And that can cause problems even if
people know how ot handle baz in general.
The build of the webssite should be done on the server and not at
home on a personal computer from the archive there. Makes much more
sense to get that working instead of telling again and again how to
handle the tree with baz correctly. Bazaar is just overhead. But if
the sense of all ist just learning baz instead of getting better and
more content to the website: then you are right.
And, no, I cannot understand, why it must be much more difficult to
contribute to debian-women website than to the main debian pages.
Please keep in mind, that those making web content normally are not
the programmers/Maintainers. Much of the content/translations on
www.d.o is done by people who are not Debian Developers at all. DDs
never should forget about that.
Everyhting needs the simpliest tool, that solves a problem in
question as well as possible and not the biggest tool, one can get
(and that makes things more difficult).
If every women/member wanted to put an own version on different
servers, bazaar might be the right tool.
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