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keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Mon Dec 6 23:08:50 UTC 2004
On 2004-12-06 09:28, Murray Stokely <murray at freebsdmall.com> wrote:
> It's recently been suggested that we add a section to the Primer about
> not committing works in progress that are significantly beneath the
> standards of the rest of our documentation set.
I don't mean that as a malevolent comment directed towards any of my
fellow Doc people. It sounds a good idea though. I would hate to see
the quality of our docs diminish, just because we want to boast that we
cover a lot more topics.
The quality of the documentation set and the uperb collection of manual
pages is something that makes me feel proud, little as my recent
contributions have been. This very same quality is the major selling
point that a lot of people have talked to me about.
``You FreeBSD people have a wonderful doc collection.''
``The Handbook is awesome!''
``I still can't believe I learned so much by reading these docs.''
are not uncommon among the people whom I have persuaded to give FreeBSD
Let us *keep* these high standards!
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