LFS' future

Mutter, James, G. mutterjg at home.com
Mon Aug 7 09:58:08 PDT 2000


Well done lad!!

Gerard Beekmans wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> It has happened. I've got a job and I started today. I know a lot of
> people here would like to know what is going to happen to the LFS
> project when I start working.
>
> I have good news on that. I started working for BC Publishing (Bryan
> Dumm owns it) doing mainly LFS related stuff. I'm expected to keep
> maintaining the book and do other things. What those other things are
> you'll have to ask on IRC or something like that.
>
> Shortly I'll be moving the linuxfromscratch.org domain from
> pcrdallas.com to gerard.bcpub.com and start hosting the services there.
> So some mailinglist interruption might occur in a couple of weeks but
> I'll let you guys know about that when I'm about to move the stuff.
>
> So LFS' future is secured now. I'll still be spending a fair amount of
> time on LFS, ALFS and related issues and this time I'm getting payed for
> it, which is nice.
>
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