Nathan Coulson conathan at
Mon Jul 12 13:48:39 PDT 2004

> Folks,
> I obviously don't want to offend anyone here (or maybe it's too late for
> that? :)).
> has a comprehensive list of people to acknowledge, although I'd hesitate
> to say that not all of them have a *direct* influence on the LFS book.
> As such is it still fitting to mention them in the (printed) book
> itself? e.g. members of the ALFS, BLFS and HLFS projects are mentioned
> there.
> I realise that mentioning this will touch some nerves as it begins to
> treat the LFS Project and the LFS Book as separate entities. I
> personally think that the LFS Book should contain acknowledgments for
> LFS Book leads, editors and supporting staff (website - including
> mirrors, FAQ, translators).  Other folks should (quite rightly) be
> acknowledged, but in the particular books that they've contributed to.
> This may mean that someone gets mentioned in more than one
> place(particularly the mirror maintainers), but I don't see a problem
> with that.
> Thoughts? Comments?
> Regards,
> Matt.
> --

makes sense to me.  [no clue where I would fit in though]

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