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Old 01-12-2008, 02:56 AM
Max Hetrick
 
Default Multiple version documentation

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Hi guys,

How are we to handle multiple versions of How-Tos? Meaning, I have
document foo written for CentOS 4.x, but update it to reflect CentOS
5.x. Do you want a new page reflecting what release it's written for
while keeping the old one intact? Do you want it inside the same page?
Do you want a new page?

I have a few pages I was going to go through and update to using CentOS
5.x, but I know that many people might find the documents still useful
for 4.x, so I hate to completely wipe directions for something still
being used.

Is there a standard for this on the wiki? If not, should one be considered?

Regards,
Max
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