On Wed, 2005-07-13 at 08:41 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
Karsten mentioned to me offhand last night, after the meeting, that
may need some standards in place for publication directories on
. At least some of our publications will (hopefully)
eventually be translated, and some may branch for different versions of
Fedora Core. The locations on the Web site should reflect this. Here's
some initial thoughts, any of which might be wrong: :-)
1. No directory should include the name "fedora," simply because it's
Agreed. This stems from the parent XML filename, in our usage, where it
is also somewhat redundant.
2. I'm not an Apache expert, but I'm pretty sure there is
for redirecting client requests based on the browser's reported language
settings. In other words, if a client asks for "index.html," and it
reports language "en," the server can deliver "index.en.html," or
such. Same for "ru," "ko," etc. We should try to take advantage of
this with our current directory build names of "document-name-en,"
"document-name-ru," etc., and not separate this off into a folder
hierarchy of its own.
I could see this as a good way to organize:
You don't show the language extension here.
Currently we are all over the place. Here are some variations:
I tend to like directories to sort things, but that could get crazy.
Does this have a natural stopping point (bottom level) that is sane
enough? This is as deep as we need, I think:
What I see Paul is suggesting:
Timothy Murphy said:
I would have put the OS split (fc2, fc3, etc) before the subject
split, since most people will only be interested in documentation
for a given distribution.
That's a good point worth considering.
Are people looking for documents:
a) First by version, then by subject?
b) First by subject, then by version?
I'm not sure what I _think_ is true. Personally, I tend to look by
subject, then by version. There is often not what I need in my
particular version, so I am looking for 'close enough.'
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