Packages needing maintenance:
I just dont get around to several issues in my packages. Perhaps someone
else has time for one or more of the following packages?
adbbs A BBS in Perl. Needs a better setup of pre-customized files
defrag Needs to be able to be compiled under 2.0.24 and made available
for other architectures than i386.
elks I dont use it right now. Contains lots of 8086 stuff that need work.
fdos FreeDOS. There are issues on the fdos mailing list that need
dosemu Dos Emulator. There is a new release out there (which seems to be
fvwm95 Should be hooked up to the menuing system being developed
ibcs I dont use it since the application we tried to use did not work.
All releases are essentially untested.
ircd Dont use it. Would need automated undernet setup.
pax An attempt to standardize archives that needs some attention in
the next months.
rpm Someone should try to get on the RPM mailing list at Red Hat
and follow issues / offer suggestions that might eventually lead
to a unified packaging standard for Linux.
smartlist Needs to be joined with procmail (same sourcepackage!)
There is a new release upcoming
wn Webserver. Fix things up to make work with whatever standard
develops (If at all possible)
ncsa If wn gets unusable we might have to backtrack to NCSA for
a low resource local webserver (manpages and docs and such).
man2html Views manpages as html. Allow full text search of all
manpages. Needs to be adapted to new evolving standards.
If no one volunteers then I will just drag them along...
Other available packages that do not need work right now but that others
eject CD-Rom Changer operation
hwtools Tools to change SCSI settings. Analyse I/O ports etc etc
idled Throw out idle users
netdiag Network diagnostic tool collection
rlpr Remote printing
snarf Download files via HTTP etc.
syslinux Boot Loader used by Debian Bootdisks
svgatextmode Higher Res. Video Modes.
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