cvs commit: doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/committers-guide
article.sgml doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/releng article.sgml
hrs at FreeBSD.org
Fri Aug 22 07:14:42 UTC 2008
Hi, sorry for the delay. Some hardware failure of my machine had
troubled me for a week...
Gabor Kovesdan <gabor at kovesdan.org> wrote
in <48A9C642.8030504 at kovesdan.org>:
ga> Good idea. And we can have a website.ent in share/sgml, just like
ga> articles.ent and books.ent to easily pull in the necessary
ga> entities. About this I have more ideas as I've been looking at the
ga> opportunities with XML. I already have something in a local repo, but
ga> it's highly wip. I think that doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/share/sgml should
ga> only contain some "glue" .ent files, for example imho newsgroups.ent
ga> should go into doc/share/sgml so that translators can use them in an
ga> early phase of the translation or simply reuse them if there is
ga> something to reuse.
ga> The idea seems good, but with the DTD I have some ideas and doubts:
ga> - We have the location data in ports/astro/xearth, in this way we would
ga> - introduce one more duplication
ga> - We have the birthday data in src/usr.bin/calendar, which may not be a
ga> - problem as it cannot change
Yes, I have noticed them. I think a way that generating files for
calendar and xearth from the XML file works. How about?
ga> - If someone leaves core and returns, or simply resigns his commit bit
ga> - and returns the from-to attributes cannot be precise. Or maybe we
ga> - could for example merge 1995-1997 and 1999-2000 as 1995-2000?
Ah, it is possible to add two or more <bit role="src"> tags in that
case, for example. When two periods can be merged, it can be
calculated from them by using XLST stylesheet.
ga> - There might be a website or comment element or attribute to put
ga> - personal websites or additional info (e.g. we have at least 2 deceased
ga> - committers)
Yes, additional elements for such purpose would be useful.
| Hiroki SATO
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