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From Rodent of Unusual Size <Ken.C...@Golux.Com>
Subject [STATUS] (httpd-docs-1.3) Wed Aug 15 23:45:22 EDT 2001
Date Thu, 16 Aug 2001 03:45:22 GMT
Apache HTTP Server 1.3 Documentation Status File.
Last modified: $Date: 2001/07/11 07:04:47 $

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* We appear to have people working on translation into the following
  languages.  These may just be the 'it worked' page, but if so the authors
  of those should perhaps be contacted to help do the rest.. :-)  Note that
  this list is NOT identical to that for the 2.0 documentation project!

  [Should we attempt to get a known-current authorlist together? --jsl]

  - Catalan (.ca)
  - Czech Republic (.cz)
  - German (.de)
  - Danish (.dk)
  - Estonia (.ee)
  - Greek (.el)
  - Spanish (.es)
  - French (.fr)
  - Hebrew (.he.iso8859-8)
  - Italian (.it)
  - Japanese (.ja.jis)
  - Korean (.kt.iso-kr)
  - ? (.lu)
  - Dutch (.nl)
  - Norwegian (.no)
  - Polish (.po.iso-pl)
  - Portuguese (.pt)
  - Portuguese [Brasilian] (.pt-br)
  - Russian (.ru.cp-1251, .ru.cp866, .ru.iso-ru, .ru.koi8-r, .ru.ucs[248])
  - Swedish (.se)
  - Twi (.tw.big5)
    (is that supposed to be Chinese/Taiwanese?  Because if so, it is using
    the code reserved for Twi..)
    [Need this clarified --jsl]


* Tutorial on user authentication with Apache.  Rich Bowen has contributed
  his tutorial from ApacheToday, but it needs to be cleaned up and put in
  a good format for the docs.

  - Rich has kindy donated the "4-part logging article on Apache Today"
    articles that will need a little massaging.

* Tutorial on "log files in apache"

  - Chris Pepper <> has offered to look into this.

New User documentation

* Adding more documentation for new users

  - I believe that we'll need to get more info on what is missing, ie.
    user feedback and whatnot. --jsl

Documentation improvements

* Improving the "security docs"

  - More content and better organisation.

* General cleaning and improving of module docs

* Making the directive definitions "less terse" (i.e., adding more
  examples and details to the definitions of the directives)

  - We'll need to audit these and find out which ones need munging, as
    some of it looks ok.  --jsl

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