Em Mon, 17 Oct 2016 16:43:42 -0600
Jonathan Corbet <cor...@lwn.net> escreveu:
> I've only been able to take a quick look at these - I'm buried fairly deep
> at the moment. A few superficial thoughts.
> On Mon, 17 Oct 2016 14:55:37 -0200
> Mauro Carvalho Chehab <mche...@s-opensource.com> wrote:
> > In my opinion, it would be better to move the converted files to be inside
> > a Sphinx build directory, but Jon seems reluctant to that, so, this series
> > use symlinks, as it is easy to move the files in the future with a very
> > simple
> > patch, if we decide to do so.
> So I raised this topic in talks at both Kernel Recipes and LinuxCon
> Europe, and nobody threw things at me. I have come to suspect that I'm
> worrying a little too much about it; maybe we should go ahead and move
> the documents and see who screams. The work could go into docs-next soon,
> and there would be an opportunity to fix things up if all hell breaks
> loose at the kernel summit.
> Can I make some silly requests?
> - Can we move development-process to something shorter, like just
> "process"? We'll be typing it a lot, and tab completion doesn't work in
> most email clients :)
> - I think we should leave pointers behind in the form of one-line "this
> file has moved" messages. Probably only SubmittingPatches and
> CodingStyle need that treatment, I think.
Ok. Following such logic, I guess we should also add a similar notice to
the main README file too, that will be at the "user/admin-guide".
I would actually be a little more verbose there, providing pointers to the
main documentation books (e. g. the non-subsystem specific ones) there,
The content of this file was moved to
For Kernel's build and admin documentation, please see
For guides about the Kernel development process, please see
> - The "user manual" is certainly something that has been on my mind as
> well. We have documentation for completely separate audiences all mixed
> together now, and definitely need to fix that. But rather than "user",
> can we paint that shed "admin-guide" or something like that?
Ok! "admin-guide" sounds a good name.
> Thanks for doing all of this,