> > <li><a href="http://candle.pha.pa.us/main/writings/pgsql/sgml">SGML docs
> > updated every half-hour</a>
> Ya know, if I'm required to wait 12 hours for *any* source code build to
> be available to my CVSup'd repository, why should we slap in a bunch of
> short circuits for the docs? And if this is a valuable thing to do, why
> short circuit the docs building procedure I've already got on the main
> machines by pointing the web site off to some other machine?
> fwiw, one docs building procedure, either ~thomas's, or ~petere's new
> one, or ~bruce's should be sufficient imho.
> Since we all seem to be heading off in different directions, we should
> talk about why that is necessary and try to get headed somewhere
> productively imho.
I did it because the doc build was down and it was supposedly holding up
beta. I do think we need more frequent doc builds than 24 hours though.
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