RE: Linuxconf, COAS, the list archives?
>So I gather there was a discussion about the promises of COAS, Linuxconf, and
>whatever other administration tools were proposed. At least that's what I
>gather form comments made here. But I couldn't find such discussion in the
>debian-admintool list. Could someone point me to the right month(s) or
>summarize the points made?
>The reason why I ask was because I happened to bump into Jacques and he gave
>me a long demo of Linuxconf, and it seems to have a lot of what we would
>want. He seemed to think we had made our decision for COAS based on some bad
>first impressions. So I was curious to see what actually happened.
712 10/28 Bruce Perens COAS white paper draft<<COAS Technical Notes Int
713 10/29 Platibus Re: COAS white paper draft<<Bruce, that's great!
714 10/29 Bruce Perens Re: COAS white paper draft<<> The code for a mod
715 10/29 Kai Henningsen Re: COAS white paper draft<<firstname.lastname@example.org (Bru
716 10/29 Manoj Srivastava Re: COAS white paper draft<<Hi, >>"Kai" == Kai H
717 10/29 James LewisMoss Re: COAS white paper draft<<>>>>> On 29 Oct 1997
718 10/30 Kai Henningsen Re: COAS white paper draft<<email@example.com
719 10/30 Christian Leutlof Starting point for admintool (was Re: COAS white
720 10/30 Brian Candler Re: COAS white paper draft<<> Have you ever trie
721 10/31 "Richard G. Rober Re: COAS white paper draft<<On 29 Oct 1997, Jame
732 11/26 Bruce Perens COAS (administration tools) early release availa
733 11/27 Luis Francisco Go COAS and QT<<Hi, I just read this from the COAS
Sorry I can't summarize the points, I'm way too busy and it has been months since I read it.
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