On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 6:00 AM, Stephen Finucane <step...@that.guru> wrote:

> On 2016-10-12 20:20, Russell Bryant wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 8, 2016 at 12:30 PM, Stephen Finucane <step...@that.guru>
>> wrote:
>> I'm going to dripfeed the conversion patches to avoid overloading
>>> peoples (there are ~25 of them so far). This is the first batch.
>>> Stephen Finucane (9):
>>> dist-docs: Add support for rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.DPDK to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.Debian to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.Docker to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.Windows to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.userspace to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.XenServer to rST
>>> doc: Convert INSTALL.KVM to rST
>> Do you have the end result published anywhere?  It would be nice to
>> see the before and after before diving into the detailed reviews.
> I visually inspected them myself but I haven't published them anywhere.
> You can run 'make dist-docs' and visually compare the resulting HTML files
> to what's on openvswitch.org (remembering that the reStructuredText
> versions should actually be more complete due to latent bugs in the
> Markdown versions). I could find somewhere to publish them if it would help
> but I don't know if it's really necessary :)
> To be honest though, I don't know how detailed we need to be right now.
> IMO if the functional aspects of these patches work (i.e. the 'dist-docs'
> target generates sane HTML for all rST files) and we haven't lost any of
> the raw information then any stylistic issues I may have introduced can be
> fixed in follow up patches. Most of these docs are going to get shuffled
> around or rewritten when we start moving to sphinx anyway, so we'll have
> the chance to really review the content itself then.

OK, sounds good.  I also see the previous conversation about this work
now.  Sorry about that.  I'm on board with all of this.

Ben, I'm happy to review all of the patches for this conversion if you'd

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