Note! Caution! Warning!
randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Aug 3 09:58:02 PDT 2007
M.Canales.es wrote these words on 08/03/07 11:38 CST:
> As I see it, admonitions are good if used when they are actually necessary to
> make more prominent some very important issue.
> When admonitions are used excessively they tend to lose their original
> semantic meant.
Exactly what I'm driving at. My question is more centered on if the
BLFS Editors (myself included) have used the admonitions for less
than important issues. And the more we discuss it, the more I realize
we will only get meaningful comments if we take the admonitions on a
one-by-one basis. And it's not worth the effort to do that.
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