1. 27 Nov, 2019 1 commit
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      Put the most popular option first · 902e7288
      sajolida authored
      /upgrade/tails is visited 4 times more than /upgrade/clone, despite
      being more complicated and longer.
      
      Putting it first also increases the visibility of the links with the
      different operating systems, which is what most people will need on this
      page.
      902e7288
  2. 19 Oct, 2019 1 commit
  3. 18 Oct, 2019 2 commits
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      Improve sentence · 0de7576b
      sajolida authored
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      Move note on release notes to the download page · 83783716
      sajolida authored
      - Everybody doing a manual upgrade will go through the download page
        while they might not all go through /doc/upgrade.
      - Reading the release notes while downloading sounds less trouble.
      - People doing automatic upgrades are already pointed to the release
        notes.
      
      If we want more people to read the release notes, the real solution will
      be in #17068.
      83783716
  4. 17 Oct, 2019 4 commits
    • sajolida's avatar
      Remove little useful note · c8f326af
      sajolida authored
      It's not really useful here. We already document how to check the
      version of Tails in more useful places, like all cloning scenarios.
      c8f326af
    • sajolida's avatar
      Create /upgrade/linux · ab6eab37
      sajolida authored
      ab6eab37
    • sajolida's avatar
      Create /upgrade/mac · 87d32988
      sajolida authored
      87d32988
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      Create /upgrade/win · 9283feb8
      sajolida authored
      We propose manual upgrades from a regular OS because it might be:
      
        - Faster to do download (eg. Torrent)
        - Less intrusive
        - Possible to do proactively
      
      Even though it might be a bit less safe.
      9283feb8
  5. 11 Oct, 2019 1 commit
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      Redirect /upgrade to /doc/upgrade#manual · cf41804a
      sajolida authored
      - We've had 2 places to document manual upgrades since 2016,
        /doc/upgrade then pointing to /upgrade for the actual meat. Having a
        single place prevents people to jump around needlessly.
      
      - Tails Upgrader has been pointing to /doc/upgrade since 2014 and these
        old versions of Tails will continue to point to it.
      
      - We could as well redirect /doc/upgrade/#manual to /upgrade but
        /doc/upgrade has the advantage of putting both techniques in
        perspective.
      
      - /doc/upgrade (formerly /doc/first_steps/upgrade) is very well indexed
        by search engines while we prevented /upgrade to be indexed by
        'noindex'.
      cf41804a
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  15. 09 Nov, 2017 1 commit
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      Rename $scenario/overview into $scenario-overview · 58ffc960
      sajolida authored
      That we have breadcrumbs instead of 'Back' buttons, the previous layout
      ($scenario/overview) created a parent link to the steps for this
      scenario:
      
      	install » linux » usb » Install from Linux: overview
      
      This commit makes them:
      
      	install » linux » Install from Linux: overview
      
      This will be especially useful for the upcoming download pages...
      58ffc960
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  21. 28 Dec, 2016 1 commit
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      Website: explicitly add sort="age" to all inline directives I can easily &... · 29d3d41b
      intrigeri authored
      Website: explicitly add sort="age" to all inline directives I can easily & mechanically patch (refs: #12053).
      
      A serious performance regression was brought by ikiwiki 3.20150614. One of the
      few changes introduced in that release was to change the default sorting, for
      inline directives, from "age" to "age title". Presumably the latter is
      substantially slower, possibly since it has to process the *content* of all
      included pages in order to retrieve their title, which may mean that a subset of
      pages are processed more than once.
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  22. 29 Apr, 2016 1 commit
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