REQ.: Ideas for LFS advocacy

Dennis J Perkins dperkins2 at uswest.net
Sun Aug 20 18:32:52 PDT 2000


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Jason Gurtz wrote:

> To All,
>
>         Here's somthing I don't see discussed to much:  What to tell the person who
> says, "Why should I go to the trouble, instead of just installing RH, Deb,
> Slak, etc..."?  I've thought of a few reasons myself:  Learn somthing,
> performance, "exactly how you want it", stability, ease of cutomization.
> I'm sure there's other reasons too, in a more detailed sense.  I also think
> it might be good to come up with an LFS-Advocacy-mini-HOWTO, which I would
> be willing to write, givin some input.  Not coincedentaly I schedualed
> myself to make a presentation on LFS at my local Linux users group at the
> september meeting.  I know there's interest in the group (people have
> mentioned it some) but maybe they've been reluctent to give it a go.
>
> Thoughts?, Ideas?
>
> ~Jason
>
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