Re: Ok to redirect http://developer.gnome.org/doc/API/2.0/ to GNOME Library?
- From: Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com>
- To: Frederic Peters <fpeters 0d be>
- Cc: gnome-web-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Ok to redirect http://developer.gnome.org/doc/API/2.0/ to GNOME Library?
- Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 11:11:06 +0200
On Mon, 2007-08-27 at 10:42 +0200, Frederic Peters wrote:
> Murray Cumming wrote:
> > > | libxml + libxslt point to elsewhere, not sure if
> > > have since been added as links
> I also saw yesterday they were available in devhelp, so it should
> probably be possible to format them for library.
> > > | gstreamer as well
> > > also a link
> > Yes, for instance, library.gnome.org currently links to freedesktop.org.
> > I wonder why we don't just host the documentation for this in
> > library.gnome.org.
> All the fdo specs are now copied and formatted for library, but this
> feature is currently limited to standalone documents.
> See http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=468525
That's good, but it doesn't seem relevant to having gstreamer
documentation in library.gnome.org
> > > | do we have libgda?
> > > no idea
> > Yeah, it would be nice to have this.
> It was all under the "gnome-db" title on developer.gnome.org, and I
> did it the same way on library (fixing the link to point to a more
> correct location).
It would be nice to have the docbook API reference in library.gnome.org
itself. And I think it would actually be more sensible to list libgda
and libgnomedb separately. And they are not official "GNOME Desktop"
libraries, so they should probalby be in the "Other" or a "gnome-db"
> > > | and of course gtkmm
> > > on libgo
> > Until gtkmm can be fully supported on library.gnome.org (there's some
> > work to do there still, mostly by me), I guess that should just link to
> > gtkmm.org's documentation page for now.
> I think the only missing thing is a glibmm release with <div
I thought we did that.
> but I can change this to point to gtkmm.org for the
I'm mostly concerned that the link goes to this index.html page, which
is usually hidden away and not linked easily:
This is a more useful starting point, though it's for all the *mm APIs:
We also need to make sure that links work from, for instance, the gtkmm
documentation into glibmm. For instance, when clicking on Glib::ustring
And we need to make that work for all the other *mm APIs and get them on
Until we figure that out, it would be best just to link to
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