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Bug#141721: User's Guide to DDP (why not?)

On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 02:31:14AM +0200, Javier Fernández-Sanguino Pe?a wrote:
> 	I have just sent a new commit for the DOC/DDP webpages so the
> Quick Reference gets listed (note that the current layout only provides
> HTML links though...)

Javier, the Reference is ALREADY LISTED, just in admin-manuals. A simple
grep would have revealed that.

But wait! Haven't we been through this once already?!

[joy@pork:~/cvs/webwml/english/doc]% cvs log user-manuals.wml
revision 1.26
date: 2002/02/25 21:27:33;  author: joy;  state: Exp;  lines: +0 -34
undid Javier's damage
revision 1.25
date: 2002/02/25 20:56:14;  author: jfs;  state: Exp;  lines: +34 -0
Added Osamu's Quick Reference (Closes: 134540)

Yes, it appears we have. Javier, please get it through your obviously very,
very thick skull already, the reference is already included.

Also notice that Osamu was explicitely asking for the ex-Progeny User's
Guide, not the Reference this time.

Do I need to have you removed from webwml in order to prevent you from
committing redundant stuff again? Maybe the "Permission denied" message
would make you think those 5 seconds necessary to find out it's already
committed? :)

OTOH, I realize that it's way past time to remove the notion of admin
manuals vs. user manuals. We don't have any manuals that don't deal with
system administration (even the most user-oriented manuals include the
notion of installing necessary packages), and we probably won't have any in
the near future.

I will therefore now move the stuff from admin-manuals into user-manuals.

We should instead have a separation based on the cluefulness of the user...
maybe not in files, though.

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