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From Erik Abele <e...@codefaktor.de>
Subject Re: Moving Docs URLs
Date Tue, 19 Jul 2005 17:32:40 GMT
On 19.07.2005, at 19:12, André Malo wrote:

> * Erik Abele wrote:
>
>> On 19.07.2005, at 18:55, Paul Querna wrote:
>>
>>> We are going to move the URLs for the documentation on the website.
>>>
>>> Content:
>>> /docs/ -> /docs/1.3/
>>> /docs-2.0/ -> /docs/2.0/
>>> /docs-2.1/ -> /docs/2.1/
>>
>> Okay, but please keep a redirect around for the old URLs.
>
> The point of the cgi script is to provide not a redirect, but  
> another page
> (with status 300 so far), which points to all the different versions.

Yeah, as Paul noted for /docs/ - but what's about /docs-2.(0|1)/ -  
same CGI script? Fine.

> People can update their bookmarks accordingly.

Indeed.

> Anyway, I think, static files may serve for the same purpose  
> (thinking about
> mod_asis). We may even generate them by the docs build process.

Me doesn't care as long as it works reliably.

>> Yep, it always bugged me that all this can't be found in one
>> consistent URL-space; so I'm +1 on moving the content of /docs-
>> project/ to /docs/ and redirecting from the old URLs to the new ones.
>> Just my 2c...
>
> docs/project/ ?
>
> I don't have a strong opinion about this one. +-0 ;-)

Fine with me but what do we serve for /docs/ then?

Cheers,
Erik


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