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Any way we could include this structure in the /usr/doc/... ?
I wouldn't mind having the same structure available on the hard disk.
"Greg Ferguson" <email@example.com> wrote:
> wrt sorting by some classification: Poet & I (mostly Poet!) have
> attempted to do this for the HOWTOs. The entry point for these
> lists is in the re-vamped HOWTO-INDEX document:
> Chapter 4. Categorized List of HOWTOs
> It's not complete, but it's a start. Categories include:
> Administration, Hardware, Networking, Other Languages [non-english],
> and Programming.
> If someone wants to help us complete each of these categorized
> listings, and/or add additional ones; let me know and I'll
> get you started.
> It's actually a pretty simple cut/paste exercise from the master
> list of HOWTOs and mini-HOWTOs into the specific category files -
> assuming you know, or can deduce, which HOWTO goes into
> which category(ies).
> And, yes, it's in DocBook SGML.
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