From: David Mertz <voting-project_at_gnosis_dot_cx>
Date: Thu Aug 21 2003 - 20:05:16 CDT

|Are you sure CVS is the right place for this? I thought that was for
|code. What about the Document Manager? Doesn't that have similar
|change history features?

I second Skip's suggestion, BTW. I don't much care which part of the
sourceforge page the document goes to, as long as it appears fairly
prominently. The mailing list is good to discuss revisions, but
sourceforge is more "official."

FWIW, I'm also not too familiar with CVS and sourceforge's interface. I
know Skip has used it as python-dev contributor, and I'm sure other
members have also. But the last revision system I used extensively was
PVCS, and a number of years ago at theat.

Oh... to Alan, if you send me the exact version of the document you want
to upload, I'll quickly convert it to APT. I'll generate the
HTML/PDF/etc versions too, if you wish. There's probably not much more
involved in such conversion than indenting paragraphs by at least one
space, but maybe I'll make something a title or a link, if appropriate.

Yours, David...
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