Em Tue, 20 Sep 2016 02:40:21 +0200
Richard Sailer <rich...@weltraumpflege.org> escreveu:

> I think kernel-docs.rst should be kept. (Or at least another/updated
> file fullfilling this purpose should exist) Therefore I put 
> some effort into updating it.
> This patch relies on Mauros: 
>    [Patch v2 ...] Create a book for Kernel development
> Summary
> -------
> This patch: 
>  * Removes all the dead links according to Jon and Mauro in 
>    https://lkml.kernel.org/r/20160916182849.2a7101ea () vento ! lan
>  * Removes some very old articles covering linux 2.0 or 2.2 
>    (I could have been cleaning up much more aggressive, but 
>     I wanted to be carefull for the first patch. I can send a 
>     further patch deleting several more IMHO outdated entries 
>     if this is appreciated/wanted.)
>  * Adds 4 recent books/articles, which are helpfull IMHO
>  * Fixes some minor layouting and indentation issues
> kernel-docs.rst: Remove offline or outdated entries
> kernel-docs.rst: Improve layouting of book list
> kernel-docs.rst: Add 4 paper/book references
> kernel-docs.rst: Consistent indenting: 4 spaces

Looks good to me.

Reviewed-by: Mauro Carvalho Chehab <mche...@s-opensource.com>

I actually rebased them on my tree to apply them before the patch that
renames everything, and added on my experimental tree:


I couldn't resist: I made my own set of patches improving it,
adding timestamps to all online documents, removing some stuff,
adding other stuff, etc ;)

I updated the documents at mchehab.fedorapeople.org to reflect the

HTML:   https://mchehab.fedorapeople.org/development-process/

I'll be sending such patch series in a few.

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