djay.il at gmail.com
Sun Aug 9 10:44:43 UTC 2009
Just to further emphasize your point, USB based installation may well be the
preferable method of installation in many cases even if CD device is
present. It saves space, CD/DVD disks, and it is a speedier method in some
USB installation is an important part of the basic installation procedure
nowadays, and as such, I believe that it definitely should be included.
On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Matthew East <mdke at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi Augustina,
> On Sat, Aug 8, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Augustina Blair<missaugustina at gmail.com>
> >> I've taken the opportunity to make a few relatively small edits to the
> >> page in the light of your invitation
> > I think that flows much better. I tend to over-explain and then whittle
> > down. Is the naming convention LiveUSB or Live USB? I think I've seen
> > as all one word which is why I referred to it as a "LiveUSB".
> I don't think either LiveUSB or LiveCD should be a word. I think
> someone has got used to writing words like that from the CamelCase
> technique used on the wiki and it may have stuck. I'm pretty sure that
> they should be two words. Wikipedia agrees:
> >> What's your plan for the document?
> > I was under the impression that this was needed for the system docs
> > USB Creator didn't have a help entry. I more than happy to update the
> > corresponding wiki page if appropriate. I created a branch in bazaar and
> > once the text is approved I can tag it with DocBook and have someone
> > it.
> You're definitely right that this is needed for the system docs and to
> give the program a help button, but the only question is where we put
> it. It can either go in the usb-creator package itself or it can go in
> ubuntu-docs. I think it's a definite advantage putting it in
> ubuntu-docs because that means that the team can continue to maintain
> it and update it as appropriate, and it can take advantage of the
> translation system that we use (it's pretty unlikely to attract
> translations otherwise).
> If we do put it in ubuntu-docs, the question is how it slots in. It
> could go in as a separate document, but I'd rather see it as part of
> an existing document. For example, the jockey docs are part of the
> hardware.xml document found here -
> file:///usr/share/gnome/help/hardware/C/hardware.xml#jockey. The only
> place that I can think of to include this material is in the new
> installation guide.
> How and where the installation guide will be included in the system
> docs is rather a discussion of its own so let's see what we decide
> about that and then take it from there.
> Anyway, great work on the guide and I think it will be put to very good
> > It's Phil's call on if this material, or another version of it, needs to
> > into the installation guide. I think for the guide we had decided to
> > on CD and make references to special cases for simplicity, but the IG
> > can correct me if I'm mistaken.
> This is rather a nitpick and is probably also a point for another
> thread, but I think it's a shame to refer to the people working on the
> installation guide as a separate team. I was a bit concerned to see
> specific teams being created in Launchpad for this. We're all part of
> the documentation team and anyone on the documentation team should
> feel free to get involved in the work or express opinions on this
> My view is that given that usb-creator is in the default Ubuntu
> installation, and plenty of devices don't have CDs but support USB, it
> should definitely be included. Let's see what others think.
> Matthew East
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