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On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 23:05, Tom Davies <> wrote:
Once we have a full guide ready for the official website then it will look good and make sense 
there.  Having an odd few chapters might be confusing.  Until then the 3.4.x chapters can be 
available on the wiki.  Possibly after we have 1 completed guide for the 3.4.x branch then odd 
chapters for the other guides might make some sense but right now it might just look messy.

Perhaps what I should do is add one line to the list at the top of the
website page, telling people that chapters for v3.4 are being added to
the wiki as they are being produced (with a link to the wiki page).

Errr, it's just occurred to me that the website probably uses html coding?  If so then could i 
edit it?  Html makes a lot more sense to me than wiki-mark-up and i could make tables that would 
be easier to add to.

It is HTML and I thought of that idea too. Perhaps when there are
enough books & chapters for v3.4 available, we might consider it.
However, the website appears to use fixed-width pages, and when people
like me increase the font size in their browsers, tables can become
quite a mess. Another way to deal with two streams of docs would be to
have separate pages for each stream; that's certainly easier and
cleaner to maintain... and possibly less confusing for visitors.


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