On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 4:56 AM, Tomas Cech email@example.com wrote:
At Tue, 25 Nov 2014 09:16:59 +0100, Bruno Friedmann wrote:
On Monday 24 November 2014 09.15:47 Roger Luedecke wrote:
On Mon, 2014-11-24 at 13:20 +0100, Bruno Friedmann wrote:
With regards to documentation, frankly I feel that *all* distros
Arch have pretty awful documentation. Ubuntu is huge and commercial,
their documentation is also horrible-- incomplete and terribly out
date. Debian's is also very lacking and assumes great technical knowledge. Only Arch is a shining star of excellent documentation. Fortunately with systemd and other projects that make the
system more unified across distros, I just use the Arch wiki for
everything, and it's mostly applicable to openSUSE too.
Did you check the http://activedoc.opensuse.org/ website. Did you see that website is totally collaborative once you register and login ? Aka, to improve the doc, you can propose, comment etc ???
THIS IS EXACTLY one of the things I've been bitching about. Yet another undocumented mystery sub-domain. Want to know why nobody sticks around? It's because you have to lurk for a year or have personal connections before you can even navigate!
Stop bitching, it is not unknown really. it was rtfm.o.o then doc.o.o and as the tool change finally got activedoc
Even after few years in community and a lot of personal connections I haven't heard about this domain so far. I don't think he's bitching ;)
It is documented in the wiki:
If you look at doc.opensuse.org you will see a note:
== Since openSUSE 13.1 all openSUSE related documentation moved to our community editing server ActiveDoc.opensuse.org and the links below are only retained here for reference. ==
Unfortunately that note is not very well highlighted so users could miss it.
Also, I note that on wiki's header template there is a pull-down for "support - documentation" that still points at the old server.
Fixing that is above my pay grade.