I agree.

I do have access to the wiki via other computers during install, but they're not my computers, so I don't always have guaranteed access, and as has been said, printing that many pages whenever I need updated documentation for the install can be rather tedious.

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 12:59 PM, Stephan Platz <stephan.platz@googlemail.com> wrote:
On Tuesday 10 February 2009 18:54:33 Smartboy wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 8:11 AM, Gerhard Brauer
<gerbra@archlinux.de> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > i have a proposition on the current RC1 and the final
release phase:
> >
> > If the current state of the documentation is the real
problem not to
> > release the ISO - hell, let's remove ALL documentation from
> > release. We have not an official ISO release since 2008.06
and now
> > someone found a "yaourt" in the docu!
> >
> > IMHO: the RC1 is in release state from technical state. Let's
build the
> > final without docu (i guess not many people will ever need
them really)
> > and fix the last minor things (typo in /etc/issue, etc.).
> >
> >        *** And release it.  **
> >
> > If we switch to aif next release the docu must rewritten
> >
> > Gerhard
> If this happens, looks like I will have to remaster the ISO to put
> docs back in for myself, since I don't like to waste paper to
> Arch, and don't usually have another computer beside me.
> documentation being on the CD was a big bonus for me,
since I didn't
> have to go online to get it when I was installing. I know of a
> people for which it helped as well, as they too didn't want to
> out all 30(?) pages from the wiki.
> Smartboy


I think there should well be a little guide on the iso. At least the
part which describes the steps until you get connected to the