marcin at nicram.net
Fri Apr 17 17:40:20 CEST 2015
Super, finally :-)
17 kwi 2015 15:46 "Alan DeKok" <aland at deployingradius.com> napisał(a):
> We've been working behind the scenes to create more documentation for
> the server. Every new version from 3.0.7 onwards will have new
> documentation added to the site http://networkradius.com/doc/.
> Documentation for the old versions will be archived, but not updated.
> We've added some more documentation for 3.0.8. More modules are there,
> and we've expanded / updated the documentation for the existing modules.
> I've also updated the main page on freeradius.org. Apparently the
> "documentation" tab in the page header was hard to find. I've added a
> section called "Documentation", and written text pointing to the various
> things available. Since the largest complaint is about concepts, the first
> link is to the technical guide available from Network RADIUS. I've also
> added links to "unlang" keywords, and to documentation for each module.
> The documentation for each module describes what the module does, which
> processing sections it can be used in, what values it returns, along with
> the configuration items it takes. It also points to the default
> configuration on github, for people who want worked examples. Many modules
> also include short examples in their documentation page.
> Astute readers will note that much of the new documentation is on the
> commercial site. The reality is that it takes months of effort and
> professional copy editing to get high-quality documentation. That
> investment was done by Network RADIUS, so that's where the documentation
> The FreeRADIUS wiki is still available. It contains many "how to"
> guides, which serve a different purpose from the detailed configuration
> The wiki will continue to exist, and we will still accept any and all
> useful patches for documentation updates. However, the *detailed*
> documentation on unlang, modules, string expansions, debugging guides, etc.
> will only be on the commercial side. As head of Network RADIUS, I'm
> investing not only in developing more code for the server, I'm also
> investing in documentation for it, too.
> The commercial documentation is available for free, and will always be
> free. It's one more contribution I can make to the community.
> Alan DeKok.
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