new project: Hive
dalriada at indy.net
dalriada at indy.net
Sat Jul 24 15:47:39 PDT 2004
Why may I ask are you spamming lfs-dev with this nonsense, Timothy?
Everyone is not welcome on your project. I have personal experience with
not being welcome there. If you want to advertise create a web site for it
From: timothy at hive-project.org (Timothy Bauscher)
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2004 22:39:41 +0000
To: lfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org
Subject: new project: Hive
Hey guys, remember me?
I am emailing the list about a new project called Hive. This is neither
the way nor the time that I had planned, but it needs to be done before
public opinion about Hive is shaped by controling members of your IRC
channels rather than by your own personal experience.
This is our mission statement, written in hive style:
Hive is a bunch of people who are doing whatever they want to do within
one shared XML syntax. Every profile gets a place in Hive's repository as
long as it shares the syntax. There are tools available to render or
profiles, but you can write new tools to do whatever you want. Hive is your
playground. As long as you don't mess with the way Hive works, you'll be
Hive is more than a fork of LFS. It can hold forks of LFS and new projects
that might not have anything to do with Linux at all.
The following people are involved with Hive:
o Roel Neefs
o Zack Winkles
o Timothy Bauscher
The XML in our profiles is custom and simple to write.
The same XML source can be used to transform a profile into HTML or shell
scripts by our own program. A lot of work still needs to be done, such as
addition of some new tags to the "unstable" profile, an ncurses interface
combines automation and documentation (an executable book) and a
of XSL which should make it easy to create templates that can transform our
into things like makefiles and nalfs profiles.
You can find html renders of hive profiles here:
Hive uses SVN at the moment, but we might change to bitkeeper soon,
if it keeps crashing:
svn co svn://hive-project.org/home/svn/hive/trunk
We're using the ecartis mailing list manager. You can subscribe to our
list by sending an email to ecartis at hive-project.org. Put "subscribe
in the subject of your message.
The mailing list of course, then, is hive-discuss at hive-project.org.
We're also on IRC, though we're not so friendly there:
I am sure that some of you will like hive.
I hope that those who don't will just let us play.
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