On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 09:24, Paul W. Frields wrote:
Having said all that, there's always more than one way to skin a
Perhaps we could combine these in such a way as to make the whole thing
palatable to a broader audience? It seems to me a single document that
gives multiple methods is better than finding several partly or wholly
inconsistent documents, each professing to be the One True Method(TM).
For maintainability sake, it might be easier to keep things separate.
Either way, we could have a document set that covers multiple methods.
Fedora Doc Set: Hot Plugging or something.
I was thinking that doc sets are a way for us to get something that more
closely resembles one of the classic Red Hat Linux guides, without the
associated maintenance hassle. Believe me, it is a true full-time job
writing and maintaining just one of those guides. Besides, modularizing
projects to get a greater sum from the parts is the open source way!
Karsten Wade, RHCE, Tech Writer
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