[sf-lug] directory tree organization question

jim jim at systemateka.com
Mon Mar 7 21:19:32 PST 2011

crikey, ken! that's a good thought, too! 

maybe i should do both? have a top-level 
OLD/ tree for some stuff and for other 
stuff have OLD subdirectories, kind of 
like the various bin/ and lib/ and other 
directories scattered around the system. 

On Mon, 2011-03-07 at 21:08 -0800, Ken Shaffer wrote:
> I guess it depends upon how interrelated the subdirectories are.  I
> tend to live off of 4G usb sticks, so they are too small to hold all
> my files.  My usb hard disk holds copies of everything, and I move the
> active subdirectories onto a 4G stick.  That means, I'd prefer the OLD
> buried within the primary so I have everything related together, since
> my primary subdirectories are not necessarily related.  Of couse, at
> one point I went font crazy, and wound up putting the fonts on a
> CDROM, with links to it from my font directories -- so I can see cases
> where you'd want all the old stuff together.
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