On Sun, Sep 19, 2010 at 4:31 PM, Bastien <address@hidden>
> Should this be the standard practice now? Images for something in Worg/I'd suggest this: images linked to only one file should go in the same
> org-contrib/babel/languages/ob-doc_*.org should be kept in the same directory?
directory than this file, images useful for several files could go in
the images/ directory.
Actually -- sorry... I was just going to change this and wanted to re-ask what others think. For example, I currently have 7 images of plots in worg/images/babel/. I titled them gnuplot-imageName.png to try and make them easy to spot.
Were I to switch to the "new system", would it bother anyone to have a bunch of image files no in worg/org-contrib/babel/languages? Does anyone else care if the directory is filled with both org files and images? Or would anyone prefer a worg/org-contrib/babel/images directory since the supporting files for babel are growing with all of the documentation being written?
I guess it doesn't matter much to me; I just hesitated before updating as I wondered what everyone else thought and might have stronger preferences about directory "clutter" and unity with file types and such.
> Also, is there a list of the directories that are published and those that areThe only directory that is skipped at export time is FIXME/.
> not? For example, I also put a downloadable example file here:
I hope the recent updates on worg-setup.org can help newcomers find
> I'm just wondering if the Worg instructions on how to contribute should include
> a directory tree of some sort so that the newer contributors like myself are on
> the same page as everyone else?
their way :)
Don't hesitate to suggest other improvements!