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From Shane Curcuru <>
Subject Re: How to use an apache webpage
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2012 14:53:37 GMT

I put the DRAFT on because I originally wrote these for my personal 
Community Over Code site, and I wanted to ensure the style was 
appropriate for a path under a.o/foundation, which makes it official. 
Since at least Christian seems to like it, I've removed the DRAFT.  No, 
I didn't get the idea from RBD, it's just a habit I have when I get 
something partway done without having time to finish it all the way... 8-)

Thanks for the reminder, will try to cleanup and do the same to the 
whole /governance tree over the holidays.  Personally, I think they're a 
really helpful resource.

- Shane

On 12/20/2012 6:34 AM, Andy Seaborne wrote:
> On 20/12/12 05:33, Joe Schaefer wrote:
>> All webpages we host are works in progress subject to change when
>> better consensus emerges.  Please do not affix any labels to the
>> pages describing them as drafts as that only serves to discourage
>> others from working on them.  Normative policy documents are few and
>> far between and you will recognize them by their self-descriptions as
>> such.
>> Every interested party is welcome to collaborate with us to produce
>> more informative and accurate webpages through the CMS.  Please help
>> out where you can.  Our documentation becomes increasingly
>> authoritative as more and more people refer to it in positive ways;
>> ie the best documents wear well over time.
>> HTH Sent from my iPhone
> I've always found the draft label confusing and as a newbie, suggesting
> that content is not yet active but will become so at some time.  But it
> seems from this thread it means "descriptive" or "advice" or
> "non-normative" in W3C-standards-speak.  To me, any non-draft documents
> is documenting current state and subject to change.
>      Andy
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