Xubuntu docs and Ubuntu-Server docs
vidd at crosslink.net
Mon Feb 11 20:20:02 UTC 2008
Jim Campbell wrote:
> Hi All,
> The people working on Ubuntu server documentation have been updating
> the server-specific documents quite a bit during this release. More is
> yet to come, but it doesn't look likely to be ready until sometime
> right very close to the feature freeze.
> We have some server-specific docs that are included as part of the
> Xubuntu documentation, but I haven't been focusing on updating them,
> and I'm wondering what people might think about not including them in
> the standard Xubuntu documentation going forward. The server docs are
> getting much more detailed (which is very good news), and while I
> think it would be helpful for Xubuntu users to have documentation to
> help them set up a LAMP server or something like that on their Xubuntu
> box, I'm not sure that it would be the best use of our efforts to try
> and merge all* of the server documentation – removing all of the
> yelp-specific links and the like.
> As a note, kubuntu does not include these server docs.
> I'm not opposed to including some server-related docs . . . but I'm
> also considering just including instructions on how to install the
> ubuntu-doc package, and yelp as a doc viewer for those documents.
> What do you all think?
I should think that since there is already a specific Doc team for
servers, all xubuntu-related (and KDE for that matter) differences
should be forwarded to the Ubuntu-Server doc team for inclusion in a
universal document collection
Just my opinion
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