I've been working on producing a nice test build so I can begin
visualizing how the chapters are fitting together. After some tweaking,
I have committed a branch 'quaid-toc-fixes-1' with the changes.
Here is what it looks like:
(This build does NOT include any of the copyedits I have completed/am
working on this week. It is more for visualization purposes. I will
begin doing actual early builds as each PR lands, likely to that same URL.)
You can check my working branch out here:
I'm going to carry these changes in this branch for now, because there
are several pull requests with lots of changes in the main branch. I'll
rebase this branch against the main until all the PRs land, then I'll
land these nesting/build changes into main at that point.
It's also possible that a different approach to building will get tested
and used for this preview, so this branch is only an ephemeral work in
progress at this point. I haven't looked at what the Open Organization
has been doing yet, for example.
 The main thing happening in the branch are the two bash scripts that
add or remove a '=' character in place of each '=' that appears at the
start of a line. This has the effect of moving each section in the
chapter upward or downward in nesting, depending on which script runs.
So the work here is to rebase against the main branch, then rerun the
script and test the build. In the end it's just a few minutes work to
adjust the nesting for all chapters in a build.
Karsten Wade [he/him/his]| Senior Community Architect | @quaid
Red Hat Open Source Program Office (OSPO) : @redhatopen