LFS-Testing (long)

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Jun 25 11:25:45 PDT 2005

Jeremy Huntwork wrote these words on 06/25/05 12:55 CST:

> Sorry, being the one you're speaking about here, I feel a little 
> impelled so say something on this note. I agree with your point about my 
> time and efforts being stretched, and would definitely appreciate more 
> hands for the work. However, I'm not the only one that's been working on 
> the site. Anderson has done an *excellent* job on the back-end scripts 
> that generate the site and in conceptualizing and implementing new 
> scripts. Some of his work may not always be directly visible, but it's 
> there. And Justin Knierim has been a great help recently in getting the 
> beta site filled with some real content.  Those guys deserve more credit 
> than you've given them.

Agreed, on all counts.

Only problem is, nobody notices these things. Please understand,
all the backed scripts and beta site work doesn't do a thing for
the lack of current news, the broken links and the lack of current
developments within the project.

These are the things that are noticed by new visitors. If we are
to gain popularity, then we need to show that we can at least
provide current information, updated (non-broken) links and such.

However, I'm repeating myself so it's time to close this discussion
on my end.

My initial post was an offer to help get something current on the
*web site that we currently have*. Apparently, there is no interest
there, so please disregard the noise.


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