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From Diana Shannon <>
Subject Re: XMLForm howto live
Date Wed, 29 May 2002 14:43:56 GMT

On Wednesday, May 29, 2002, at 08:55  AM, Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

>> There is only one drawback: if we make a 2.0.3 release from the
> branch,
>> the docs are perhaps not that upto-date because everything went into
> head.
> All relevant documentation must be committed to both branches. If some
> (relevant to 2.0.3) docs are out of sync, they should be synced before
> release.

I agree. I don't want anything out of sync. What I'm asking is:

Is it ok to commit community-contributed documents about non-release 
components/features to the web site as well as to the release branch AS 
LONG AS such documents will be clearly marked as such (with the visible 
warning text) when transormed. I will require version info (e.g. 2.0.3, 
2.1, etc. ) inside each doc. A transformation step will determine 
whether a warning needs to be included in the displayed document 
content. As the release version changes, only a single xslt file will 
need updating. IMO, this will make it easier to sync documentation in 
both branches as well as on the live site. This means all community docs 
(regardless of version) will be committed to head and release branches, 
including the live site.


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