svn commit: r41824 - head/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook

Gabor Kovesdan gabor at
Mon Jun 3 14:41:02 UTC 2013

Em 03-06-2013 16:27, Tom Rhodes escreveu:
> This sounds really cool, I think we should have a discussion
> on how to do this, if we want to do this, and how we could
> go about using only one version.  Personally, I kind of like
> a development version where we can make changes, discuss them,
> fix them, as a team, and have them slowly merged into a version
> that will appear on the web.:)
I see that point but I think most changes are trivially demanded, e.g. 
style and grammar improvement, elimination of you, etc. These could 
directly go to head. On the other hand, reorganization of chapters is 
something that needs care and discussion so it could happen in a 
separate branch. But reducing the number of changes in that branch and 
not mixing mergeable and not mergeable changes can significantly 
facilitate the process. The questions is now if it is desired to go back 
to one development line again. If so, we need a list of changes that 
cannot directly be merged from the ISBN branch, solve them there to use 
a single source solution and then merge back the whole branch and 
continue in head.


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