Is it possible to become formal LFS developer?

Nadav Vinik nadavvin at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 02:22:01 PST 2007


"the lead Editor of the book if there are any openings."

What are these openings?

On 1/14/07, Randy McMurchy <lfs-user at mcmurchy.com> wrote:
> nadav vinik wrote these words on 01/14/07 15:32 CST:
>
> > Is it possible to become formal LFS developer and how?
>
> Yes. Typically, one would contribute for a while to the development
> and support mailing lists and also submit patches (patching the
> actual book's XML) to fix bugs in the Trac system. This would
> showcase your skill in literary prowess and technical ability.
>
> After you've somewhat become a solid community member, and done
> the stuff mentioned above, it is usually just a matter of asking
> the lead Editor of the book if there are any openings.
>
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