You can start by writing to our man on point with the LSB, Dale Scheetz.
It is noteworthy, however, that Dale hasn't already commented in this
thread. Are you still actively following the LSB, Dale?
On Mon, Jan 18, 1999 at 10:51:03PM -0800, Joseph Carter wrote:
> It has come to my attention that recent decisions made by the Linux
> Standard Base body (I hesitate to say "committee" as I have never been
> party to any of their internal discussions and am unaware of their
> internal organizational structrure) are possibly unwise and have been
> determined by at least a few individuals as A Bad Thing. Particularly
> worth note are several i386isms and other things which those who have
> spoken already feel are oversights with potentially disasterous results.
> Reasonable objection notwithstanding, I intend to write a letter to those
> responsible for the LSB to attempt to raise the issues we have with their
> current proposal. I would appreciate discussion on these issues in other
> parts of this thread. I encourage those who have a significant opinion
> not yet voiced in the LSB thread found on debian-devel to write them down
> either as part of the thread or directly to me to aid in the drafting of
> this letter.
Ean Schuessler As above
Novare International Inc. so below
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