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Re: Directory structure for docs and web site

From: John Mandereau
Subject: Re: Directory structure for docs and web site
Date: Sun, 02 Aug 2009 19:51:46 +0200

Le lundi 27 juillet 2009 à 17:26 -0700, Graham Percival a écrit : 
> There are *plenty* of lilypond sources available.  I really think
> that adding complexity to the Introduction pages would not be
> warranted.

Just like free software source code should be reachable from a place
where you get binaries, I think we should provide sources for examples.
I'm not against hiding source links as much as possible in the
Introduction pages, though.

> All the files in input/ and input/mutopia/ (which isn't AFAIK
> available anyway!)

Huh, many of them are available through examples page!

>   are getting deleted.  Introduction->Examples
> is their replacement.
> Yes, there are no complete pieces there, but we already have
> *tons* of lilypond input examples available.

Where else can you find these particular ones for current Lily versions?

> AFAIK that file isn't used at all, so sure!  As for <>8 CSS files,
> I still think it would be neater in a separate dir, but I bow to
> you decision here.

It would be neater, but it's worth the extra effort only if it clutters
Documentation/ because there are too many files, which I don't think
it's the case.


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