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From "Jean T. Anderson" <...@bristowhill.com>
Subject Re: [doc] Links to the old manuals removed from Derby web site (ummm, restored)
Date Fri, 06 May 2005 23:25:12 GMT
ok, eating my words, I undid this change and it'll be visible on the web 
site after the next www.apache.org site refresh.

But I made one change to the navigation compared to the way it was 
before. Originally the navigation menu had these sections, which was 

    -Original manuals

I changed those categories to be version-centric, which makes more 
sense, and also reversed the order of the manuals:

    -10.0 Manuals
      + Getting Started
      + etc.
    -10.1 Alpha Manuals
      + DITA source
      + Getting Started
      + etc.

To date, doc corrections have only been applied to the 10.1 manuals, so 
the most up-to-date information, even for 10.0 features, will be found 
in the 10.1 manuals. Before reporting a problem in a 10.0 manual, please 
check to see if the problem still exists in the 10.1 manuals.



Jean T. Anderson wrote:
> The manuals originally contributed to Apache were comprised of html 
> source files that were replaced recently by files in the DITA XML format.
> Document corrections have been applied only to the DITA XML files, which 
> means the old manuals are no longer up to date. To reduce confusion, 
> especially for new users, I removed the links to those old manuals from 
> the Derby web site; however, they are still available in the Subversion 
> repository if we find a need for them.
> I just committed this change; it'll become visible with the next 
> www.apache.org site refresh (currently scheduled for every 4 hours).
> regards,
>  -jean

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