[openstack-dev] [docs][release][stable][ptl][infra] Strategic discussion regarding the future of documentation for EOL releases
kevin at benton.pub
Fri Jul 28 21:16:03 UTC 2017
Maybe we could just ban search engines from indexing the releases using
robots.txt once they go EOL. That would solve the problem of losing old
information for people that still need it while preventing people stumbling
onto old docs when they search for something.
On Fri, Jul 28, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Jeremy Stanley <fungi at yuggoth.org> wrote:
> On 2017-07-28 15:32:01 -0400 (-0400), David Desrosiers wrote:
> > I am very opposed to removing subsets of docs, including the install
> > after the release goes eol upstream from consumers for exactly that
> > Watermarking the upstream docs with series and version should reduce or
> > eliminate the need for people to incorrectly submit fixes, patches and
> > for eol releases that the core team can no longer support, but that
> > shouldn't necessitate removal of the installation instructions.
> Perhaps a compromise is to add very visible banners that explicitly
> remind the reader they're looking at installation instructions for
> an outdated version of the software, with a link to see the current
> installation instructions instead? Simply relying on newcomers to
> recognize release series names and inherently know whether they're
> reading the latest version is an issue.
> Jeremy Stanley
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