What could be more fun than talking about kernel documentation? Things we
could get into:
The state of the RST transition, what remains to be done, whether it's
all just useless churn that makes the documentation worse, etc.
Things we'd like to improve in the documentation toolchain.
Overall organization of Documentation/ and moving docs when the need
arises. It seems I end up fighting about this more than just about
anything else, but I think it's important to organize our docs for the
convenience of the people using them.
The ultimate vision for kernel docs (for now). RST conversion and
imposing some organization are important, but they will not,
themselves, give us a coherent set of documentation. What can we do to
have documentation that is useful, current, and maintainable, rather
than the dusty attic we have now?
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