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Re: Best Practices (was: rapidsvn feedback)

From: Josef Wolf <jw_at_raven.inka.de>
Date: 2002-07-31 15:28:28 CEST

On Tue, Jul 30, 2002 at 05:26:06PM -0700, Greg Stein wrote:

> I don't think anybody is *against* writing such a document. Fine. Someone
> should just go ahead and write the darned thing. We can then incorporate it,
> reference it, or whatever from the standard documentation.

I still think it is not worth to create a separate document because
most of the things I can think of to put there are already written by
Ben Collins-Sussman in his original article which was the start of
this thread. There are only two or three Items I would like to
add. But when the majority of the core team thinks it should be a
separate document, I will try to put the peaces together so someone
could commit it into the svn repo. After a while (1.0?) we can again
take a look at it and let it alone if it has grown large or move it
into the appendix of the handbook if they are still only a couple of

I would start out with a plain text document, because I have (yet) no
clue how to write texinfo. It would be nice if someone could point me
to a texinfo-HOWTO, so I could rewrite it.


> > If you agree with Karl that I am a troll:
> He absolutely did not say that.

Oh! Thanks for clearing this up. As you can easily see, english is
not my native language. I have heard the word "troll" only on Usenet
before, and was misguided by the different meaning. Karl, I'm sorry
that I misunderstood you this way.

-- Josef Wolf -- jw@raven.inka.de --
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