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From Torsten Schlabach <TSchlab...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Handling of website
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2003 11:57:34 GMT
I'd definitely be in favor of keeping the documentation version specifc.
People who are in production will need the documentation for 2.0.4 as long as
they do not migrate. But people who are in the process of migrating need the
new docs.
Torsten

> Le Mardi, 29 avr 2003, à 13:00 Europe/Zurich, Steven Noels a écrit :
> 
> > ...Either way, as we are in disruptive but productive mode anyhow, 
> > maybe the time is there to finally split 'documentation' into:
> >
> >  * the website, which contains only general and version-unspecific 
> > info about Cocoon, like news, whoweare, wheretoget and 
> > howmanyawardswereceived
> >  * a documentation section per released major version, managed in the 
> 
> > respective modules (cocoon-2.O, cocoon-2.1, cocoon-2.2...) - mounted 
> 
> > somewhere in cocoon.apache.org URI space
> >  * when and if, running on top of a real servlet container, live 
> > samples
> 
> Sounds fine if it's not a hassle to maintain such a website (or if 
> there is someone willing to do it anyway ;-)
> 
> I'm basically +1 on keeping docs around, provided it's not a hassle to 
> 
> maintain the multiple copies of the docs.
> 
> -Bertrand
> 


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