I think it would be an improvement, yes.

// Ola

On Wed, 15 May 2019 at 15:08, Holger Levsen <hol...@layer-acht.org> wrote:

> Hi Christoph,
>
> I'm taking this to the lts list, as I think this deserves more peoples
> thoughts:
>
> On Tue, May 14, 2019 at 04:56:43PM +0200, Christoph Berg wrote:
> > As said elsewhere [...] I think part of the problem is
> > that https://wiki.debian.org/LTS/Development is way too long. It
> > shouldn't try to tell newcomers how to test packages etc, but just
> > list the necessary steps required to a DLA. At the moment the "please
> > also update webml" is hidden in a wall of text. And because the text
> > is meant for newcomers, I'm not going to read it again for each
> > upload.
>
> I agree that page is too long, and that a shorter checklist would be
> very nice to have. And then it just occurred to me that the table of
> content
> on that page *is* that:
>
> Contents:
> 3. Prepare security updates for LTS
>
>   1.  Claim the issue in the security tracker (in dla-needed.txt)
>   2.  Build the update
>   3.  Test the update
>   4.  Upload the update
>   5.  Claim an DLA ID in DLA/list
>   6.  Announce the update
>   7.  Prepare an update for the website
>
>
> Should we maybe put just this on a page called
> https://wiki.debian.org/LTS/Development/TLDR
> which then people can look at when they occasionally do a DLA?
>
> (and link to that TLDR page promininently from our other pages?)
>
> do you think this would be an improvement? Do you have other ideas?
>
> > (At the very least it could have a visible note at the top
> > that says there was a recent change.)
>
> I'm not sure this will help that much... a.) people miss these notes and
> then b.) how long ago is 'recent'?
>
>
> --
> tschau,
>         Holger
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