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    • sajolida's avatar
      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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      Improve top-level heading · f449ddb1
      sajolida authored
      "Changes" has a probably stronger meaning as the first word in the title
      when put in parallel with "[New] features" and "[Fixed] problems".
      Upgrades are one type of changes.
      f449ddb1