On Thu, 13 Apr 2000, Thomas Lockhart wrote:
> > I only have the docs there, I'll take care of the faq's and stuff later
> > when I have slightly better connectivity. There will be alot more in
> > that section. The index page needs to be changed and I need to put it into
> > cvs.
> > Now where are the 6.5 docs you mentioned above??
> They are in CVS, and I'll copy them in. What I think I'd like to do is
> provide docs for (up to) several recent versions of Postgres; would it
> be possible to put move the docs stuff in the "users-lounge" down one
> level (to, for example, docs/v6.5/postgres/) and then softlink that
> set up to docs/ to get the current release docs in the most accessible
> place on the web page (just as is done now)?
Ok, I created the directory .../users-lounge/6.5 put them in a directory
called docs in 6.5. I already did it for 7.0. We can put patches for
previous versions in there too - or rather links to them.
> > > For the nightly builds, I'd like to post the cron log file on the web
> > > site too, so people can see the results of markup changes they make.
> > > And I'd like to start posting a tarball of the latest sgml sources so
> > > that people can contribute to docs without having to get the entire
> > > development tree.
> > That will be in what's soon to be called the 'developer's corner'. The
> > map, devlp info, current docs and a buncha other stuff will be there.
> > It's also where the current ports status will be.
> Great, then the current nightly build stuff can go there, pretty much
> like it does now.
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