On Fri, 2014-10-31 at 02:52 -0700, Paul Fee wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> Thanks for the feedback, it's encouraging to see that some of the
> items could be automated and I appreciate that others will remain
> manual steps for the reasons you've stated.
> In the mean time, should we enhance the ReviewBoard documentation so
> that it lists the steps necessary to go from a fresh OS install up to
> a working ReviewBoard site?  The current page lacks some of the steps
> I've detailed.
> https://www.reviewboard.org/docs/manual/2.0/admin/installation/linux/
> The current page mixes generic steps with distro specific information,
> which may confuse new users as they try to figure out which steps to
> apply and which to skip.  Despite the risk of duplicating information,
> I think it might be clearer and more concise if we had a separate page
> for RHEL/CentOS/Fedora installation.  Similar pages could be
> constructed for other distros.
> If this seems reasonable, then how do we go about updating those
> pages?  What format are the pages written in?

The documents are formatted with ReStructuredText (RST)[1] and are kept
in the git repository with the rest of the code[2].

> The longer term aim is that over time as some of the steps get
> incorporated in the distro packages or within rb-site install, then
> the manual install steps will shrink.



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