Suggestion (was Re: Apparent bash-ism in bootscripts)

Nathan Coulson conathan at conet.dyndns.org
Wed Jan 28 08:12:46 PST 2004


> On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, Jeremy Utley wrote:
>
>> On Wed, 2004-01-28 at 14:57, Ken Moffat wrote:
>> > On Tue, 27 Jan 2004, Nathan Coulson wrote:
>> ><snip>
>
>> Thanks for the input, Ken!  We really appreciate it.  I'm going to open
>> a line of communication with the BLFS-Dev guys, check with them about
>> what process they would want to follow to have us submit bootscript
>> changes to them (patches to the book sent to LFS-Dev, or other methods).
>>
>> To the rest of the community:  Now's your chance!  If you've ever wanted
>> to see some functionality included in the bootscripts, and feel its
>> something that would benefit the ENTIRE LFS community, I welcome you to
>> forward your feedback to Nathan and myself.  My email is
>> jeremy at linuxfromscratch.org, and Nathan's is now
>> nathan at linuxfromscratch.org.
>
> Just wanted to make a suggestion about this last part. You may have
> thought of it already.
>
> When you post those various suggestions for comment on the lists, I
> suggest making a separate topic for each unrelated suggestion. One of
> the problems with lists is that a single thread can really wander
> because of the way people's brains associate things and then they post
> right in that thread.
>
> My thought is a separate thread for each major area will aid both you
> and the community in keeping focus on a particular topic in a thread and
> lead to faster decisions with less cruft muddying the waters.

>> -J-
>> > Ken
> Bill Maltby,

I still wish we had those "what we are doing" list done up first... 
[guess that means we have to work fast]



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