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From David Crossley <>
Subject Re: I'm lost...could we have more README files?
Date Thu, 05 Jan 2006 22:51:38 GMT
Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:
> Would it be possible for people working in these areas to create short 
> README files in the trunk, and keep them up to date when something 
> happens in that area?
> There's already README.osgi, we could have README.maven, README.jmx, 
> README.blockmode, etc..

Please use the .txt extension. Otherwise we will get
more svn properties problems than we already have.
We get conflicting line-endings and un-necessary diffs.

> My goal is to allow any of us to experiment with these new features 
> even if they haven't followed them closely, by finding the necessary 
> information, links, status etc. in one place.
> So, I'd be thankful if people who work in these areas could keep us up 
> to date in this way, so that we can share the excitment about these new 
> features.
> I know this ultimately belongs to some docs, but as these things are 
> still evolving it's much easier to keep a single file up to date per 
> feature/mode. If docs are here already, just put an link to them in the 
> README file.

However all docs are still evolving. Wouldn't it be better
in Daisy where all can see.

Anyway whatever, any docs are good.


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