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From "Travis Vitek" <tvi...@quovadx.com>
Subject RE: [RFC] Apache "look and feel" for stdcxx docs
Date Thu, 30 Aug 2007 23:35:32 GMT

>From: Marc Betz
>Subject: RE: [RFC] Apache "look and feel" for stdcxx docs
>
>No, that's all for now. I wanted to get these changes reviewed and
>checked in before starting the more substantive text changes.

I don't understand why these changes have to be integrated before work
is started on the 'more substantive text changes'. Is there some overlap
that prevents them from being done independently? Seems that the changes
should be completely unrelated.

>[...] there may be other cosmetic changes we will want to make,
>but at least this has the needed copyright statements and a cleaner
>looking banner that correctly identifies the source of the
>documentation [...]

I looked at the contents of the zip, and I don't see any copyright
update. All I see is the two html documents and a few images, none of
which include any copyright information. Unless you are talking about
the changed logo, I don't see anything that identifies the documentation
source either.

>so I would suggest committing it as is, getting on with
>the text changes, and then revisiting this later.

Back to my original comment. It sounds like you are convinced that you
can't work on any more documentation updates until this stuff is
submitted. Not everyone has commit rights, and for the time being it
doesn't look like these changes are going anywhere. I think it might be
simpler to create subtasks of STDCXX-506, one for updating the banners
and layout, and another for updating the content and then proceed with
the second task.

Travis

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