On Sun, May 21, 2017 at 02:57:33PM +0200, Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
> No the problem left is documentations available in share/doc.
> I would like to push them elsewhere. Those documents are mostly useful for
> historical reason (hence we want to keep them) but not really for daily use of
> modern FreeBSD.
> Another issue with those documentation, they are installed as text/ascii 
> version
> in base, which makes most of them not really readable (as the documents has 
> not
> be written for a ascii/text target but more for a PDF/html view - using pic(1)
> for example)
> A plan was to push as sources in the svn doc repository and continue to build
> them. This approach also have an issue: over the time roff evolved a bit and
> while working on heirloom doctools import I had to fix a bunch of markup to 
> make
> the rendering of those documents clean (also meaning almost noone should read
> them considering some were not really readable).
> What I want to propose now, it to render them as PDF (html?) once and push 
> them
> somewhere (to be defined) as static document on our documentation website.
> Please doceng@ provide me a location where to push them.

Unless anyone on doceng@ objects within the next three days, I will
create a new directory for the PDFs under doc/head/en_US.ISO8859-1/.

Hat:    doceng@

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