[tz] [PATCH 3/3] * europe (Europe/Vaduz): Now a link to Europe/Zurich.
lester at lsces.co.uk
Tue Sep 10 14:41:51 UTC 2013
Paul Eggert wrote:
> My source:
> Hentschel AM. The physical tourist: peripatetic highlights in Bern.
> Phys perspect 2005;7(1):107-29
With much of the 'good information' contained in copyright documents, publishing
'proof' is not going to be practical, but with many new usable documents
appearing on line, isn't it about time that there was a more practical method of
managing these? I've been creating my own private wiki style archive of the ones
I have been finding and am now pulling links and where possible copies of other
material for the UK area. My wiki system maintains a history of changes to the
pages, and there is a calendar system which allows chronologies to be created.
Moving this material to a more easily read and searched archive would remove the
need to include the notes in the data files, and also allow the building of a
lot more complete record which is currently slipping by after all the good work
done on creating the git repository?
Paul ... would it not make sense to fork a master copy of the repository from
which distributions are assembled, leaving your 'experimental' one for your own
investigations. Someone will probably then propose using the git wiki for the
documentation, but I'd prefer to avoid that as it is not well suited to some of
the cross referencing and processing that the material really needs. So a more
independently managed site would be preferable. I'm slowly pulling together the
tools to create a mapping system to show the physical layout of zones, and this
would dovetail in nicely with the rest of the documentation?
Lester Caine - G8HFL
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