Wiki and docs in cvs
wbh at conducive.org
Mon Apr 4 14:36:53 PDT 2005
Eduardo Tongson wrote:
Should we look at a "release cycle", similar to what's happening with the
software? i.e. declare a few weeks of typo-fixing, and then move the
documentation at that point into a separate copy, associated with that
release of DragonFly?
This way, documentation matches a particular release. This may become
more significant as more radical features get moved in... There's also
the bonus of regular cleanups for the docs.
Wow great idea
I'm with you on this
Think that through. Sounds good in concept, but how many 'sets' of docs
need to exist? Even if built with 'recycled electrons' instead of 'dead
Seems to me better to have the proven FreeBSD method, where you find
notes such as 'prior to 4.X... such '
and '(fixed in 4.YY)' or 'changed in ...'. Along with 'Release Notes',
'changes', 'what's new in X.XX', and 'Errata' lists.
(not to mention security bulletins as well as bugfixes...)
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