On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 03:44:05PM +0530, Akira TAGOH wrote:
All of fonts is supposed to have an information page for their fonts
at wiki based on the template according to the package
lifecycle. however some of them doesn't have. so just tried to pick
them up and inform you to get one there.
Are they? From the lifecycle page you link, that seems to be there to
enable the packaging of the font in the first place, not meant to be
long-term documentation. If it _is_ meant to be long-term
documentation, that should be clarified somewhere. Who is the audience
for this documentation?
If it's supposed to be for end users (and that's a great goal!), I
think the new docs site would be better than the wiki.
If it's for contributors and packagers, wouldn't it be better to have
the documentation in a README.md in dist-git, next to the spec file?
That way, it'd show up at (for example)
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