On 18 Aug 2003, at 20:25, RaphaŽl Quinet wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Aug 2003 20:12:06 +0200, Roman Joost <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:

>> I'll setup up some pages for the module, but where
>> can i upload these pages? A good way to update the
>> status of the docs is an account, where i can sync
>> my help and the help docs on the server. If it isn't
>> possible to upload these pages to the current
>> website yet, i'll create a "temporary" location for
>> the these docs. This isn't the best way, because
>> "temporary" means difficult for the users and
>> upcoming contributors. I uploaded docs of the
>> gimp-help-2 module on a university server, since
>> we might get a section on the gimp page.
>>   http://www.kuhcampus.de/~roman/gimp-help-2/
>> Maybe one of the GIMP Website Team can help me?
> I suggest that you keep this temporary URL for the next two or three
> weeks.  The new web site (currently mmmaybe.gimp.org) should replace
> the old one soon and it will be easier to set up the correct URL after
> all parts of the new site are in place.
> Regarding the "final" location, I would suggest something like:
>   http://www.gimp.org/docs/help/
> The web site is under CVS control (module "gimp-web"), so there should
> be no problem for synchronizing the contents if you have write access
> to CVS.

Shouldn't support for documentation writing take place on
http://developer.gimp.org, rather than http://www.gimp.org?

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