Re: [PATCH] Documentation: update top level 00-INDEX file with newadditions
From: Rob Landley
Date: Wed Feb 20 2013 - 20:02:06 EST
On 02/18/2013 09:57:36 AM, Randy Dunlap wrote:
On 02/18/13 01:39, Jiri Kosina wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Feb 2013, Paul Gortmaker wrote:
>> It seems there are about 80 new, but undocumented addtions at
>> the top level Documentation directory. This fixes up the top
>> level 00-INDEX by adding new entries and deleting a couple orphans.
>> Some subdirs could probably still use a check/cleanup too though.
After this patch, I would prefer to see a requirement that each
file contain a "topic" line and then generate INDEX files from those
I actually have a script that can audit the 00-INDEX files, as part of
my kernel.org/doc build stuff:
Manually auditing these isn't hard for me, it's just that since
kernel.org went all-in on locking the barn door after the horses
escaped, I haven't had access to my old kernel.org account (I need to
meed kernel developers in person to get keys signed, which doesn't
And even if I did get a new ssh key, you don't get shell access anymore
you get "kup" which is a git wrapper you can't rsync through. So fixing
problem 1 opens up problem 2 and I still can't do anything useful.
(Navigating the new bureaucracy is on my todo list, but not really
something I sit down and go "oh boy, I should work on THIS" on any
So I haven't been able to update kernel.org/doc since the breakin, and
my tools for auditing the 00-INDEX files and htmldocs and menuconfig
and so on are all tied up with that.
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