From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-21 17:51:47
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Rene Rivera wrote:
>> Hm, I may not be "young" enough to make a judgment as to how "outdated"
>> a "readme(.html)" is. But a quick search in Google points to more than
>> 400K instances of "readme.html". And most of them seem to be precisely
>> in software distributions. So it seems that it's still an expected start
>> point for this case.
>> But I'll do whatever you decide :-)
> PS. It's also probably a better choice to be consistent. So using
> "index.html" would match the other places where we use it, like
> "libs/index.html" and "tools/index.html".
Yep, that's part of my thinking.
While it isn't something I feel strongly about, I lean toward
"index.html". Unless someone else wades in with a stronger argument,
let's go with index.html.
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