[arch-releng] RC1 ISOs and final release
cinan6 at gmail.com
cinan6 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 14:28:28 EST 2009
On 02/10/2009 05:54 PM, Grigorios Bouzakis wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 06:42:48PM +0200, Grigorios Bouzakis wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 10:19:29AM -0600, Aaron Griffin wrote:
>>> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 10:11 AM, Gerhard Brauer<gerbra at archlinux.de> wrote:
>>>> 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 THIS
>>>> 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 again.
>>> Good point, and I agree 100%. I will make sure we add a note to the
>>> release notes that documentation has been removed because it is
>>> severely outdated. I will point them to the wiki page, updated with
>>> dolby's changes, and suggest saving or printing or something if they
>>> need offline docs - does this sound good?
>>> Though, if I grabbed dolby's changes right now, and removed the
>>> beginners guide, will that put us in a better state?
>> With or without docs, i dont know whats best. But since the version of
>> the guide im working on is mostly the same but shorter at this point,
>> if its decided to include docs, just include the ones available in the
>> installer.git now, with a note that its outdated.
> Or what Aaron said . The new guide is updated in some parts. Maybe it
> would be better to include that one. I dont really know. Just if you do
> make sure to get it from the git repo i posted in BR #13140.
I think you could include just one part - how to set up network.
Everything else is on wiki, so users can look there. I suppose Arch
users aren't total beginners and they know how to use elinks.
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