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From Mladen Turk <mt...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [DAEMON] T&R 1.0.9
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 15:06:49 GMT
On 02/06/2012 03:55 PM, sebb wrote:
>>
>> Sure, but the docs can always be updated at any time.
>> We don't have to wait for a release or something to update our web site.
>
> That particular JIRA could involve code changes as well.
> Also, we include the site source in the archive.
>

Right, this is probably the first mistake.
src/site is for our web site and should not be shipped at all.
I mean its content and purpose is to be served from one
of the apache.org web servers. Nothing else, nothing more.

>> Think we should create a separate component 'documentation'
>> and handle that separately from code itself since it belongs to src/site
>
> Perhaps.
>
> However, we should also consider including at least some of the
> generated documentation with the binary archive.
>

Sure, but not in the web site form.
This can be generated javadocs and similar things.
The fact is that our documentation is web site so
the documentation that ships with binaries should
only contain:
"Documentation is available online at: commons.apache.org/daemon/"

If you are concerned about product/doc sync, well we already
maintain thinks like:
"Starting with version 1.0.8 a more traditional command line can be used in the form: command
[ServiceName]."
etc.


Regards
-- 
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