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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Francois-Rene Rideau [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2000 2:22 AM
> To: Guylhem Aznar
> Subject: Re: HAM-HOWTO
> On Sat, Mar 11, 2000 at 04:13:47PM +0100, Guylhem Aznar wrote:
> > On Sat, Mar 11, 2000 at 04:08:52PM +0100, Francois-Rene
> Rideau wrote:
> >> There should be a standard way in the LDP to keep track of
> such movements
> >> among documents: those that became obsolete, those that
> were moved or merged
> >> into different documents within the LDP or outside of it, etc.
> > Deletion ?
> > When we remove a document, users complains that the information will
> > miss them (see a good example with the message that started
> this thread)
> > When documents are merged or moved (content shared between
> other HOWTOs)
> > the original is removed, but when it becomes obsolete we keep it.
> No. What I mean is that some document, the HOWTO-INDEX, or
> another one,
> should keep a log of the evolution of LDP documents, so that
> people who
> used to look for some information in the FOO-HOWTO have a standard way
> to learn that since 29 Feb 2000 they ought to look instead in
> the BAR-HOWTO,
> or some non-LDP URL.
> Is it clearer, or shall I try to explain it in french?
Seems pretty clear to me. I agree with you, but I don't have any specific
implementation ideas. Perhaps I'll be struck with brilliance later, since I
do have a message here from Serek, our CVS guy. I'm hoping that we can use
CVS to make our lives quite a bit easier, long term.
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