>> 1. https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-
> You see the work draft somewhere, it should tell you that this
of course, but it still contains maybe useful information (although i
wouldn't use it much)
Yea, but so will thousands of blog posts on the subject ;)
>> 6. http://rpm5.org/docs/rpm-guide.pdf
> This is general rpm info - not specific to Fedora.
of course, but still related/useful to packaging imho. (especially,
because its the most comprehensive document about rpm, i think)
Honestly, one rarely needs this - in all my years as a package
maintainer I may have looked at this maybe 4 times..
well ideally, we would just have a few documents with up-to-date
one general, up-to-date document about packaging in fedora, which
e.g. to http://rpm5.org/docs/rpm-guide.pdf and
Yea, but in the case of packaging, the wiki pages are up to date and
pretty much official. If there's something you can't find in
Category:Packaging, it's going to be an extremely rare one off and then
you shoot an e-mail to the devel list.
At least that is my opionion on "great documentation" :) Maybe (i'm
honestly not sure if i will have time for that) i can help with that
in the future.
The wiki can be improved, yes - there's so much disorganised
information there that it often takes a while to find things if you
don't know the general region :/
Again, if you have specific ideas to improve things, I can pass them on
to the right people :)
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"