LFS in a rut?

Jeremy Huntwork jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Jun 13 11:18:08 PDT 2005

Hey Everyone,

I was just reviewing some of the pages on the current website, and 
sadly, much of it is outdated. I came across this page, which I don't 
recall ever reading before, and I got a bit of a chuckle out of it:


This (and what follows) especially caught my eye, "In the third quarter 
of 2003, various community members identified problem symptoms in the 
"Linux From Scratch" project. The symptoms included lack of recent 
substantial progress, text and commands "out of sync" for an extended 
period, loss of enthusiasm by project members, loss of personnel 
resources, end-user involvement reduced, some user code/text 
contributions lost, apparent lack of planning, uncertainty as to what 
the project product is."

Especially after editing up a new acknowledgements page (and seeing the 
few names that are left associated with LFS) it feels like we might be 
right back there again.

Any opinions on this?


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