[Freeswitch-docs] What should I do to document changes?
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Mon Mar 23 06:54:02 MSK 2015
Confluence essentially documents internal changes via its history mechanism
and allows readers to run a diff to see changes between selected versions.
You should also provide a comment in the field at the bottom of the screen
if it's significant. If it's something minor I just put "minor fixup" which
really doesn't say much but it lets someone scanning the history listing the
idea that it's minor :-)
If you copy a page from the old wiki over to Confluence you should
definitely record how much work you did in Areski's spreadsheet:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Lynch
> Sent: Sunday, 22 March, 2015 09:21
> Subject: [Freeswitch-docs] What should I do to document changes?
> I edited the mod cidlookup page and made a slight, one line change so
> the next guy to read it would have a better chance of understanding it
> than I first did. Should I document that change elsewhere?
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