Re: The HURD on the desktop ?
Join "firstname.lastname@example.org" - That's where the Hurd webmasters are.
Basically just announcewhat part of the site you want to hack on, and
start doing it.
I try to review the first couple pages that people send to make sure
that they have both HTML and English skills, but after that you'll get
On Thu, May 16, 2002 at 03:02:36AM -0400, B. Douglas Hilton wrote:
> Jeff I would love to help out with the websites. What can I
> do? Likewise I want to become an "official" Hurd developer
> but I am flabbergasted by the red tape and can't find any
> packages to adopt.
> - Doug
> Jeff Bailey wrote:
> >On Mon, May 13, 2002 at 05:59:12PM +0200, David Nielsen wrote:
> >>c) I want to help out, but my skills are limited to some basic C++
> >>knowlegde, and I know nothing what so ever about low level hardware
> >>development, etc. What's there to do for a geek like myself?
> >Depending on how "basic" the knowledge is, you could help in the
> >porting efforts. There's alot of problems where people incorrectly
> >use some POSIX defines that give us grief.
> >We also have several non-programming tasks:
> >1) Our web sites need work.
> >2) Our manuals need.. err.. writing.
> >3) Start an "evangelisation" team that starts to look at the Hurd and
> >come up with good ways that Hurd features can make life easier,
> >better, etc. So far our Debian efforts have been focused on being
> >Soon it will be time to show the world why we're *really* cool.
One of the great things about books is sometimes
there are some fantastic pictures.
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