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Re: Sponsorship Funding of the LDP
- Subject: Re: Sponsorship Funding of the LDP
- Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 09:22:53 +1000 (EST)
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- Resent-Date: 24 Oct 1999 23:23:14 -0000
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On 24 Oct, Gary Lawrence Murphy wrote:
> If I were directing the LDP, though, I'd move even closer together. I
> would have the mandate focus enclusively on Linux education. It would
> be "a project to document Linux" and say nothing about ownership. LDP
> would be a conduit where any document relating to Linux could be
> found, whether free, OPL or commercial. The LDP would be as much a
> "metadocument" as an actual repository.
Gary, there is absolutely nothing at all stopping you doing that right
now. Just build a meta-project that includes the LDP.
To want to put the LDP at the top of such a tree I think misses the
fundamental reason that the LDP was created and exists. The software is
free, so should the documentation be.
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