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Re: Informal survey (was Re: Banner ads)
Guylhem Aznar wrote:
> > > However I can write a quick&dirty bash script if it is *that* urgent for
> > > you.
> > Yes, we have no ideas what unexpected surprises are in store, so
> > I feel it is best to fire up some scripts or even do it by hand
> > so we get the documents out this month. Also it is a clear sign
> > of things getting back on tracks.
> Should be ready by next week... but who should I ask to resume posting
> to cola?
> Do you know who's the moderator?
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> > with choices of 'kill -9', 'rm -rf' etc. Amongst the articles
> > I see genetically glow-in-the-dark christmas trees...
> > > Maybe should we ask for a short README.documentation to be put in
> > > /etc/skel ?
> > Yes, we need to cater for those who haven't gotten X11 up
> > and running yet. Many get no further than the command line
> > before they need help.
> I'm a bit overworked right now, would you like to write this file and
> submit it to ldp-discuss ?
I have a note ready to go already, just waiting for the politics
to quieten down before starting up the technical topics. I'll
give it a try this weekend and post a first try to this list.
> > I use Debian 2.1 at home with Netscape Communicator 4.7
> > and the Debian installation system sets up some bookmarks.
> We should ask debian to add ldp page.
Fortunately the Debian docs guru is subscribed to this list...
> > At work I have redhat 6.0 and the bookmarks for Netscape
> > is sparse. The default page lists "Linux Documentation Project"
> I'm sorry but I don't have this bookmark.
The Redhat people are probably busily ironing out the buglets
in Redhat 6.1 but I hope they can find the time to slip a new
link in before shipping out the final product. Those responsible
are also subscribed here.
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