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From Dave Brondsema <d...@brondsema.net>
Subject Re: website documentation version
Date Wed, 03 Nov 2004 23:22:34 GMT
Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
> Dave Brondsema wrote:
> 
>> Quoting Nicola Ken Barozzi <nicolaken@apache.org>:
> 
> ...
> 
> I have thought now that probably it's best to do away with aliases too, 
> as it would generate two identical docs, and google would 'dilute' the 
> indexing on two identical versions.
> 
>>> --------------------
>>> Source SVN space
>>> --------------------
>>>
>>> svn://forrest
>>>           /trunk
>>>              /site (the current website)
>>>              /docs (the current documentation)
>>>           /branches
>>>              /0.6
>>>                /site (the 0.6 website)
>>>                /docs (the 0.6 documentation)
>>>              /0.5
>>>                /site (the 0.5 website)
>>>                /docs (the 0.5 documentation)
>>>
>>>
>> The source space should only have /docs, not /site.  /site files 
>> should be in
>> the published SVN space.
> 
> 
> Oops, I have not been clear. With site here I mean site sources, like 
> was with the incubator CVS (or our trunk ATM).
> 
>>> -----------------------------
>>> The published SVN space ...
>>> -----------------------------
>>>
>>> svn://forrest
>>>          /site (generated from svn://forrest/trunk/site)
>>
>>
>> Doesn't this need to be generated from some /docs directory, not some 
>> /site
>> directory?  These "main docs" are a whole forrest site, where is the 
>> source for
>> them held?
> 
> 
> I have used 'site' with two meanings, sorry.
> 
> Here is a more clear naming (using Incubator SVN naming this time ;-):
> 
> --------------------
> Source SVN space
> --------------------
> 
> svn://forrest
>            /trunk
>               /site-author (the current website sources)
>               /docs-author (the current documentation sources)
>            /branches
>               /0.6
>                 /site-author (the 0.6 website sources)
>                 /docs-author (the 0.6 documentation sources)
> 

What is in site-author?  I'm confused.  Top-level documents?  Is there a 
site.xml in site-author and in docs-author?

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