Subject: where to put HTML documentation
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: Michael C. Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/07/1999 11:46:22
[please suggest a more appropriate place. We don't have
netbsd-docs. Perhaps we should have it]
I had suggested either /usr/share/doc/xntp or /usr/share/doc/html/xntp.
I couldn't think of a reason to have "html" in the list. Afterall, it
isn't called /usr/share/doc/ps/usd!
It has been suggested that /usr/share/doc/xntp is too high in the directory
structure. That begs the question as to how much father down it should go,
and what should be in the middle....
I don't have a clear idea where/how it should go.
I'm not sure that I agree that /usr/share/doc is going to rapidly become
excessively busy. Particularly in comparison to /usr/share/info!
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