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Sven Vermeulen posted on Thu, 29 Dec 2011 14:27:21 +0000 as excerpted:
> Something else I noticed is that we sometimes get questions in #gentoo
> or even #gentoo-doc about the "Updated" date of the Gentoo Handbook(s).
> Because of how things work, the displayed date on the handbook pages is
> always the one that is for the given file.
> In case of the index page, this is a somewhat old(er) version as the
> index page hardly changes. Yet that is the "Updated" version most people
> look at.
> Would it be okay if I updated doc-struct.xsl so that for handbooks, the
> updated version always matches the latest update?
> Other possibilities are:
> - On the index page, display the latest update, but on individual
> chapters, keep the current used date
* What about simply prepending the single word "Page" to the existing
"Updated <date>"? Because lacking that, the current dates on the index
pages really do look like they apply to the whole thing, while "Page
Updated" is both clear enough and similar enough to the same mechanism as
I've seen it on other sites, that it should go quite a way toward
eliminating the confusion.
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