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From Thomas Fischer <tfisc...@apache.org>
Subject keeping old doc versions
Date Tue, 20 Mar 2007 18:55:50 GMT

While deleting old releases from the distribution directory, the question 
raised what should be done with the old docs. Thomas V has already 
expressed that in his opinion, the old site versions should be removed. In 
my opinion, however, they should be preserved for the following reason: 
>From the uers list, there are still some people using the old versions. As 
the docs cannot be downloaded from archive.apache.org(docs are not 
included in the source), the only access to old docs is to check out the 
svn source and building the docs themselves, which I'd consider a 
The downside of keeping the old docs is that the information given there 
may be obsolete or incorrect, e.g. about cvs access (I have manually 
changed the download info, but doing this for every infra change in all 
the archived sites is not feasible in my opinion). However, I'd guess 
that people understand that this kind of information may no longer be 
valid in an archived site.

Any other opinions ?


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