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 07:32:42 UTC 2008
"Simon L. Nielsen" <simon at FreeBSD.org> wrote
in <20080818153942.GH1172 at zaphod.nitro.dk>:
si> I have no general problem with merging www and doc closer (might be
si> done while considering moving to svn?) and fully requiring having both
si> for build of either, but having e.g. www/en as a deep subdir of doc/
si> seems like a rather bad idea to me.
si> The web site and and doc/ are rather differnet beast wrt. how you
si> write content so I see no problem having it in seperate top level
I agree with characteristics of www and doc are different from each
other, but I personally feel there is almost no difference between
having them in two separated dirs and having them in a dir. The
reason why I like to have www in a subdir of doc is only for simplify
the current build complexity due to the separated repos, so I am
wondering how other people feel for having www in a subdir like
si> Generally, I think it would be neat (and I looked a bit of doing it a
si> few years ago), but I must say I'm not sure if doing it is really
si> worth the trouble compared to just making sure we don't have
si> duplication of the information. That said, if somebody does it I'm
si> certainly not generally against it (considering my below point).
si> For some parts of our current site I think some of the XSLT magic is a
si> bit to magic and hard to understand, so I'm a but conserned going too
si> much further in that direction...
Yes, I also think we should be careful about that. I will send a
patch to -doc before committing for discussing the implementation.
| Hiroki SATO
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