cvs commit: www/en/releases/5.3R policy.sgml
ceri at submonkey.net
Sat Aug 21 04:36:21 PDT 2004
On Sat, Aug 21, 2004 at 08:27:46AM +0000, Hiroki Sato wrote:
> hrs 2004-08-21 08:27:46 UTC
> FreeBSD doc repository
> Modified files:
> en/releases/5.3R policy.sgml
> Update policy on documentation fixes.
> | + <h3>Documentation fixes for the doc/ tree</h3>
> | + <p>Similar policy is applied to the doc/ tree,
> | + but since doc/ is not branched and is not frozen, trivial fixes
> | + are allowed to be committed without explicit approval before BETA4.
> | + Content fixes must be committed with a PR number when the changes
> | + are large or involve one of the TODO items (these are periodically
> | + posted to the freebsd-doc@ mailing list during the release cycle,
> | + and should also be filed as PRs). When the changes are self-explaining, you can
> | + commit them into the doc/ tree. When you are not sure if
> | + committing your patch without approval is reasonable or not,
> | + please ask doceng at . Documentation Engineering Team
> | + reserves the right to reject and back out your change.
> | + After BETA4, doc/ slush begins and non-critical
> | + changes to English documents are discouraged.</p>
When does this kick in? September 17th?
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