On Fri, 2007-11-30 at 07:54 -0500, Paul W. Frields wrote:
I wonder if it might make sense to have some sort of notice on the
page stating what the current released version is, to avoid confusion.
However, that wouldn't be as much help if someone links directly to a
locale-specific document. In other words, we could put a notice here:
But if someone linked to:
...they'd never see the notice. Probably still worthwhile, I would
I'm not too keen on constantly removing and adding documents from CVS,
which could end up being a maintenance nightmare, not to mention a major
abuse of SCM functionality. Does anyone have some better ideas for
marking these documents to make sure that readers know they're looking
at something out of date?
1. Put a notice onthe t-q-s-g/index.html that says what is updated and
what is not;
1.1 Put a similar notice on the top of all translated guides that refers
to the canonical index.html as a reference to see what is up-to-date of
1.2 This is a manual process, so sucks for that.
1.3 This could be applied to other translated documents.
2. Another manual process would be to populate all out-of-date
translations with a watermark image "Translation Out of Date"
2.1 This could be made automagic, that is, when the POT file in CVS is
changed for a guide, all translated guides get the watermark until the
corresponding PO file is updated.
/me notes ruefully that this would probably be easy in Plone.
Most likely, since this is an essential CMS need.
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