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From Bill Moseley <>
Subject Re: Fwd: Re: [PATCH] docs/
Date Sat, 20 Apr 2002 15:09:13 GMT
At 03:23 PM 4/20/2002 +0200, Per Einar Ellefsen wrote:
>I sent Stas an index_top.html for the Documentation, containing some 
>indications as to what to read. However, he told me he didn't want to 
>commit it:
>>I didn't commit index_top.html. I think it's a bad idea to add it there.
>>Because you want to read this info only once. After that it gets on your
>>since you have to scroll down to get to the real docs.
>>I thought to move it to the bottom, but it's probably not a good place. 
>>Did you see what Bill has added? May be it should be merged there?
>>Can you please raise this issue on the list and see what others suggest, 
>>I'm out of ideas :(
>I guess we could make a separate page called "What to read" which could 
>contain this information.

I think it's a good idea.  I haven't seen the text, but I can also see
Stas' point.  Could the top of the page have a simple link "What should I
read?" to a section at the bottom?  

For one thing that sentence "Tons of documents for you to learn from"
doesn't really fit, and I don't really see it, as my eyes just skip to the
first bold title.

Bill Moseley

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