I feel that even though the content is more or less same between the two docs, their content is more organized. In the HEADER directive document, there is no ambiguity to a new user on the numbering of the arguments, and their usage. Perhaps it is just me - when I read the HEADER directive on apache docs it took me 3-4 reads before getting it right, but their (IBM) presentation of the same content was easier to understand and grasp (no ambiguity, whatsoever).
Just my two cents.
Sreedhar Madullapalli <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Thanks for the prompt correction, and consideration. Not sure if I canWhat do you see there that you think is better than the apache docs?
> mention any documentation references outside the ASF foundations, but this
> httpd documentation on IBM's website does a real good job of documenting the
> mod_headers, and HEADER directive.
Specific suggestions for improvement are always welcome, or even better,
> I did check the dev trunk (2.3) and though the rewording take care of the
> ambiguity, I feel that there is room for improvement.