Date for release of 12.04 ubuntu-docs

Doug Smythies dsmythies at
Thu Apr 26 21:12:38 UTC 2012

Well, that is an even better solution. Please reject my merge proposal.

... Doug

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeremy Bicha [mailto:jeremy at] 
Sent: April-26-2012 14:07
To: Dylan McCall
Cc: Doug Smythies; Ubuntu Doc
Subject: Re: Date for release of 12.04 ubuntu-docs

On 26 April 2012 16:38, Dylan McCall <dylanmccall at> wrote:
>> The problem is this line on every html page:
>> <script type="text/javascript"
>> src=""
>> ></scri
>> pt><script type="text/javascript" src="js/main.js"></script>
>> There is no issue if the line uses "https" instead.
>> Of course, there is also no issue of one just uses "http" instead of
>> in the parent link to start with. I can do that on my test computer, 
>> but the real web pages seem to re-direct to https.
>> At the moment it isn't clear to me how easy or hard this would be to 
>> fix. If it doesn't magically get fixed in a couple days, I'll enter a 
>> launchpad bug and set about figuring out how to fix it.
>> ... Doug
>> Other older stuff deleted.
> That's easy to fix. Where you have "http://" in that URL, just use "//".
> So, your script tag should look like this:
> <script type="text/javascript"
> src="//">
> </script>
> The "//" is like "/" but for the protocol. It loads the given URL 
> using the current protocol.

Actually the site seems to work fine without that line so I'm going to
delete it. For instance, that same line prevented the front page
screenshot-hover-image switcher from working in the Desktop Guide for
11.04 and 11.10 until I deleted it.


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