Upload of ubuntu-docs soon?
PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Wed Apr 17 20:41:03 UTC 2013
as Server Team look after server, I'm happy to ask (and help) the
lubuntu-wiki-doc team to edit the entry for alternate and place an
entry in for 13.04 and refer back to help.ubuntu.com for people using pre
13.04 alternate ISO's. This would mean minimal changes to the Desktop
version of help.ubuntu.com
Would this be of help?
On 17 April 2013 20:22, Doug Smythies <dsmythies at telus.net> wrote:
> On 2013.04.17 09:26 Matthew East wrote:
> > On 17 April 2013 17:01, Doug Smythies <dsmythies at telus.net> wrote:
> >> The 13.04 installation guide still said QQ and 12.10, and a MP was
> >> submitting fixing
> >> it. The theme remains an issue. Awaiting propagation of
> >> 20100518ubuntu9 to the raring packages, then maybe it can be added
> >> with
> >> Old theme and possibly missing images).
> >> Edit: Oh, the new package is now there...
> > Neither I nor Jeremy were ever able to build the installation-guide
> > html using the help.ubuntu.com theme for the last few releases. It
> > used to work but something has obviously changed with the build
> > mechanism that we weren't able to figure out.
> The old plan was to use:
> "sudo apt-get install installation-guide-amd64" (4 times total
> to get all flavours) on a 13.04 computer. Then:
> "mkdir amd64"
> "cp -r /usr/share/doc/installation-guide-amd64/* amd64"
> (3 more times for the other flavours).
> Then manipulate as required for entire 13.04 installation-
> guide stuff for the help stuff.
> It should work, because I already did it yesterday, before
> realizing that the packages needed to be updated.
> I wasn't going to worry about the theme being old.
> So now:
> > I believe that the
> > installation-guide does not get a lot of attention and (I think) the
> > alternative CD is no longer a supported method of installing Ubuntu
> > anyway so I do not think it will be a big deal not to include this
> > guide on help.ubuntu.com. In fact I think it's a good idea not to
> > include it.
> So the new plan is:
> Do nothing. Don't include the installation-guide, unless what
> Phil said, or someone else, dictates reconsideration.
> Even if reconsideration is forced, the proposed solution
> will be to point to the 12.10 installation-guide, as they are
> the same except for version names and numbers and kernel version.
> just awaits the ubuntu-docs content, and based on the POT file
> update from earlier this morning, probably should wait for any
> residual translation updates from that. So far, I have been unable
> to create the html files for ubuntu-docs, otherwise I would be willing
> to help with this step.
> ... Doug
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