Should ancient FAQ entries be deleted?

Asked by FeRD (Frank Dana)

The FAQ entry for installation "On redhat 9" has a good chance of causing some confusion for HPLIP users, now that RedHat has released (earlier this year) RHEL 9.

The FAQ in question is not about RHEL 9, but rather about RedHat Linux 9 — it was written in 2008. Surely it's useful to exactly nobody, in this day and age, and is only likely to lead unsuspecting RHEL 9 users down some very incorrect rabbitholes.

The same probably goes, honestly, for the OpenSuse 11.3 and 11.4 FAQs (written in 2010 and 2011, respectively) and the Ubuntu Maverick FAQ (written in 2010, as well).

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Bernard Stafford (bernard010) said (last edit ):

Yes they need to be Deleted.
If any FAQ's are reverent they need to be current.
Kept as such.

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