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On 9 October 2010 11:52, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday at crashcourse.ca> wrote: > ?in any event, the question remains -- should all centos doc pages > give equally meticulous coverage to both centos 4 and 5? The CentOS wiki exists to provide documentation for all CentOS products. As CentOS-4 is a valid CentOS product, it should have the same treatment as C-5 and (in the future) C-6. That being said, a wiki page could be written / maintained for C-5, with an note mentioning any C-4 variance at the appropriate place. Also, there are cases where a page is only relevant for C-4, C-5 or C-X. Alan.
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