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Clarified the README files to indicate incubation status.

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1  AMD_server_V2/README.markdown
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+This is the AMD_server_V2 Incubation project.
2  LICENSE.markdown
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-Unless specified within a file, see [Licensing](http://opencompute.org/licensing/) for more information.
+Unless specified within a file, see [Licensing](http://opencompute.org/licensing) for more information.
4 README.markdown
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# Open Compute Projects
-Welcome to our beta Git repository. In it you will find specs in multimarkdown for our Intel and AMD V2 motherboards. Mechanical CAD files will be forthcoming. We also have a small project, called alpha, for converting multimarkdown specs into multi-page pdfs. It is non-functional until the instructions for installing all the latex tools are documented.
+Welcome to our beta Git repository. In it you will find specs in multimarkdown for our Intel and AMD V2 motherboard Incubation Projects, as well as a preliminary spec for the Open Rack Incubation Project and a charter for the Open Hardware Management Incubation Project. Mechanical CAD files will be forthcoming. We also have a small project, called Alpha, for converting multimarkdown specs into multi-page pdfs. It is non-functional until the instructions for installing all the latex tools are documented.
-One thing to note: the OCP logos for html and PDF generation are in /alpha/images. You will need to manually symlink the images in there to a particular project's images folder. the gitmmd2pdf.py script will do this for you, but this script won't generate nice output or compile unless you have all the latex tools installed.
+One thing to note: the OCP logos for html and PDF generation are in /alpha/images. You will need to manually symlink the images in there to a particular project's images folder. The gitmmd2pdf.py script will do this for you, but this script won't generate nice output or compile unless you have all the latex tools installed.
2  alpha/README.markdown
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../../alpha/gitmg2pdf.py -f <spec file>
-## Requirements
+## Requirements [INCOMPLETE]
You need [xelatex](http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&id=xetex) installed on your system, with all the latex extras.
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"""
This script processes an opencompute multimarkdown file and converts it into a multipage pdf
-yael@fb.com
+(c) Copyright Facebook, Inc. 2011. All rights reserved.
"""
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ def sync(path, url, repo_name):
sys.exit(2)
mmdcmd='mmd2tex '
- pdfcmd='xelatex -interaction=batchmode '
+ pdfcmd='xelatex ' #-interaction=batchmode '
for o, a in opts:
if o in ("-f","--file"):
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