Wiki and docs in cvs
Liam J. Foy
liamfoy at sepulcrum.org
Tue Apr 5 11:14:22 PDT 2005
On Mon(04)/Apr/05 - , justin at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Here's a question... It looks like the wiki is working well to encourage
> documentation additions. It's lowered the "cost of entry" relative to
> using the FreeBSD docproj material.
> 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.
Am behind you Justin. This is a great idea. Hope you can come up with some
structure to organise this idea.
I have seen many spelling mistakes in documentation, but a full PR for a simple
typo doesnt appeal to me. It simply takes too much time. (call me lazy)
However, the wiki will offer a much quicker way to change documentation. As long
as changes are regulated, I cannot see any problems.
- Liam J. Foy
<liamfoy at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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