OT - IRC - Was --> Re: Advertising for LFS

Craig M. Reece craigthulu at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 15 19:41:03 PST 2001

You guys keep referring to #LFS and irc a lot. I would like to participate, 
but don't really know how to get started. Could you point me toward some good 
irc-newbie resources?

On Monday, January 15, 2001 10:27 pm, Simon Perreault spoke thusly:
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> On Monday 15 January 2001 22:28, Jesse Tie Ten Quee wrote:
> > Plans are still in are leader's (Gerard) head and i can't remenber whom
> > came up the name infosys, but i'm sure you could find the asnwer if you
> > did a little searching on the mailing lists.
> Bryan has a lot of plans for the InfoSys, and told me about them on #LFS
> (you should come by more often, Jesse *UVGB*). I still have only a vague
> concept of it, but it will be a mySQL database, capable of exporting data
> in XML, so you could use it for the hints and the profiles themselves.
> Anway, it's gonna be cool (if it isn't vapor). Anyway, doing a mySQL
> database in itself is cool. I can do that part, and transferring the hints
> to the mySQL database is my job. Then, well, we'll see...
> - --
> Simon Perreault, 17 year old college student, UNIX newbie
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