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Re: Comps, or, Making it Easier for Users to Find Software

On Sat, 2006-03-11 at 12:13 -0500, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Paul W. Frields (stickster gmail com) said: 
> > I think a Documentation group would be a big help for FDP as we prepare
> > to submit some of our build tools and actual documents to Extras for
> > review and inclusion.  Thanks for the opportunity!
> There's an already existing 'Authoring and Publishing' group that might
> be useful for the build tools; the description is:
> "These tools allow you to create documentation in the DocBook format
> and convert them to HTML, PDF, Postscript, and text."

No objection here to separating these/

> Documentation itself could very well be in a separate group. I suppose
> the question is where does documentation go? Top level? Base System?
> Note that new top-level groups won't have icons for any new groups under
> them without changes to the comps-extras package in Core.

Base System seems like the right place to me, judging by the current

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