On Sat, 2007-06-23 at 11:45 +0530, josemm(a)fedoraproject.org wrote:
should there be a link to the rpm guide on the
wiki. or is it that only the completed tasks
are put on the bar on the left hand side.
Second part is correct -- only completed docs are supposed to be
published on the front of docs.fedoraproject.org
anyway there is no reference
to the rpm guide on the docs.fedoraproject.org
wiki. Its almost as if
the guide is not present on the site.
It's true that it is not made obvious anywhere; you have to know where
That content is generated from:
You can check out that module from anonymous CVS or with a user account.
It may need some updates to work with current version of the toolchain;
let's find out.
A few questions
1. can there be a link on the main page that points to the rpm guide?
The RPM Guide is two years out of date. I agree there could be a box
for "DRAFT" documents on the front of docs.fedoraproject.org
guide needs more work, then we can put out a new draft.
We've talked about having an automagic way that builds all the documents
from HEAD in CVS, then publishes them at for example
or /docs-rawhide. So, there are a couple
of ways we can make the guide available while it is being worked on.
Karsten Wade, 108 Editor ^ Fedora Documentation Project
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