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Re: Slashdot reply (draft 0.1)

On Fri, Feb 11, 2000 at 12:59:07PM +0100, Stein Gjoen wrote:
> for the future. Personally I prefer the logical division
> into something like


Will add that

> The LWN has a very good section on security, a link there
> in particular and LWN in general would solve this issue.

> This is what i would call auxiliary documentation, a separate
> such area would be useful. Some Linux distributions incude the
> whole RFC library as many are important to applications
> available for Linux.

Greg, could you please link the LWN security page and a RFC page?

> Should we make public the link on HOWTOs sorted chronologically?

We should ; the date should be read in the sgml tag.

> Also I second an earlier posters suggestion that the sorting
> should be case insensitive.

Sorting chronologically is not case sensitive :-)

> If not we could link to it perhaps?

Even if it contains error or if it is not free?
> This then would be a better place to change the attitude rather
> than making people think we feel sorry for ourselves. While this

Will fix this

> We nedd (and have) more than only authors, we now have web people,
> LinuxDoc tools maintainers etc. We can do a lot more with a wide
> variety of people; you do not have to be an author to do
> initial markup for a prospective author or to do reviews. If we
> decide to make packages ourself we need people for that too.

Will add this in draft 0.3.

Guylhem P. Aznar                               http://www.linuxdoc.org
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