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Jack Dark wrote:
> Just so I can get this straight--having already accidentally filed a
> bug with the wrong team (sorry!)--I need explicit clarification on
> where "documentation" bugs go; I'm a little shaky on anything found in
> /proj/en/. I've begun to figure out that not all documents are in fact
> handled by the gentoo-doc team. So, on that basis, is the following
> assignment guess correct:
That's the ideal world scenario, and someday *all* docs on gentoo.org
might be handled by the docs team. But as of now, that's not the way it
> If I find an error on one of the pages listed on
> http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/index.xml?catid=project , does a fix/bug
> report go to the team listed in purple above each individual section?
Simple rule of thumb that I use....look at the URL of the doc which has
a) If it is something like http://g.o/*doc*/lang/foobar, it goes to the
b) If it is something like http://g.o/*proj*/lang/foobar, it goes to
that respective team. like releng or devrel...
Although there are some project team members who watch docs-team bugs, I
guess it is good practice to assign bugs to specific teams, since all
members usually have access and will prolly fix it faster.
Shyam Mani | <email@example.com>
docs-team | http://gdp.gentoo.org
GPG key | 0xFDD0E345
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