LDP still relevant?
The Linux Documentation Project  is mentioned in Debian's docs, often as the
only source of general GNU/Linux docs. As far as I can see, it is largely an
outdated resource; floppy disks are regularly mentioned, there are links to
software tarballs, etc. In fact, none of the "most popular Linux documents
and manuals"  have seen updates in the last 13 years, some as many as 20.
(And they are 2 clicks from the front page!) I don't think we are doing anyone
a favour by mentioning these, and should consider other sources.
Previously I posted to debian-doc and was told to post a bug report, but I
can't find the tracker for the website.
 https://www.debian.org/doc/ "Manuals for GNU/Linux in general"