On Sun, 2018-08-26 at 17:27 +0200, Aleks wrote:
Dear 389 members.
I try to find some documentation about 1.4.0 version on
is there one?
Is there a bigger information what's was changed in 1.4 as I haven't
informatin on http://www.port389.org/whats_new.html
Sadly today lots of it is in our test suites or our minds. Historically
this has been pretty lacking upstream just because of Red Hat's sole
backing of the project, it meant that resources only went into Red
Hat's docs. IE 1.4 docs will only come out when Red Hat put's 1.4 into
one of it's releases.
I think this needs to change for the health of the project long term,
as now there is certainly momentum away from the Red Hat centric
project of the past, into a more open and collaborated on project.
I think that wiki's are a bad place for docs however, as the content
ownership is hard to track and follow. I think we really need to
discuss a better way to get docs into the project and how we make
Saying this, the point of the new clitools like dsctl/dsconf/dsidm is
that they should enable discoverability of features with "--help",
rather than having to dive through the rat's nest that is dse.ldif.
If you were looking for docs, would you accept better man pages and cli
help of tools as a replacement to the wiki?
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