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Re: Updated repos for Docs



On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 03:30:48AM +0300, Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> 2008/10/10 Paul W. Frields <stickster gmail com>:
> > The following docs and branches now exist for Documentation:
> >
> > about-fedora: f8, f9, master
> > homepage: f8, f9, master   (may be deprecated)
> > readme: f8, f9, master
> > readme-burning-isos: f8, f9, master
> > readme-live-image: f8, f9, master
> > release-notes: f8, f9, master
> > install-guide: f8, f9, master
> 
> Cool. Which ones of these do we want added on Tx and stats?
> 
> If we aren't planning on publishing updates of the older docs, then
> maybe we shouldn't bother adding them at all. Relnotes' last stable
> version *does* get updated with new translations (the past months some
> people might have committed stuff to f9) and the updates get published
> on docs.fpo. Does this happen with `readme` too? If not, and commits
> there will never get published on f9, then we might as well just have
> just 'master' enabled.

I don't see a reason for any branch other than 'master' to be carried
in Transifex.

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