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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Revive doxygen on

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Revive doxygen on
Date: Sat, 6 Jul 2019 15:57:40 +0200
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On 7/6/19 2:19 PM, address@hidden wrote:
> Christian Grothoff transcribed 3.2K bytes:
>> On 7/5/19 8:19 PM, xrs wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'd like to put doxygen again in place. I propose:
>>> 0. install a weekly cronjob for user doxygen and do "make full" in the
>>>    respective folder. 
>> weekly is excessively slow, daily or hourly would be fine I think.
>>> 1. Create two URLs
>>>    a.
>>>    b.
>>> Is this a good idea? I know it's not precise enough. 
>> I'd prefer to keep the full handbook under docs at the top-level (also
>> to avoid breaking links again!), and just do for
>> doxygen.
> This is not what we have talked about in the beginning of the docs
> discussion. I don't expect you to remember this, but I think there
> are still open tickets which point out that this gathering of
> subdomains is a temporary state, and you even agreed that this is
> temporary. I mean we can
> still redirect with regexp, it's easy.

Yes, but messy (to really capture all links) and slows down the user, so
we should avoid it if we can.

> I would like to do what Taler
> did and use a docs landing page, and not have 1 new subdomain for
> every new feature which is related to text one can read. This will
> end up confusing people where to read about this.
> If you want the subdomains, the docs.* (or whatever) page can link
> to them, but outside of having a central landing page
> is good, having one toplevel subdomain for all of this would be
> better.

Ok, but then we should change this ASAP and update the links (when we
originally discussed this, I also had not anticipated people adding
links to the handbook as quickly as it happened at the GNUnet Hacker

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