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Re: [opensuse-doc] The openSUSE distribution chages are way ahead of documentation?
  • From: jdd <jdd@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2006 19:05:56 +0200
  • Message-id: <451EA3F4.4040404@xxxxxxxxx>
Rajko M a écrit :

- The categorization, naming structure.
I started that, jdd started that, and everything didn't moved from the
beginning. If you ask me for the links, I lost even that. It is on the
openSUSE wiki :-) (this sounds as helpful, as many help files)

the true problem is _not_ the editor, but the structure.

As you may know, generating docbook with a text processor is like generating a program from a program generator: a mess

even a wiki can do a very good job as documentation generator, given the pages are related to a structure.

but everybody have seen the time necessary to have a front page (we don't have it yet? sorry for that :-) and meaningfull menus :-). not to mention the same debate on the "documentation" page :-).

practically, I'm stuck on the last but one chapter of Starcraft Broodwar and if I can't defeat the Protos, what seems likely, I will come back here :-)

First of all, we must make the difference between the openSUSE native applications, generally called YaST (but also Zen...) and the more general applications.

We must focus on yast, because nobody else will do it for us :-)

So can anybody list exacltly the products of this kind remaining on the 10.2 openSUSE? (Yast, SaX2, Zen, SUSEFirewall2, SIGA, SUSEConfig... ?)

to be constructive, I opened a sub chapter in the documentation page:

(this page should really have a TOC. I commented the NOTOC tag in the page source, uncomment it if you want)


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