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Re: Debian WWW CVS commit by joey: webwml/polish/News Makefile weekly/Makefile we ...

On Tue, Oct 09, 2001 at 05:54:48AM -0700, Debian WWW CVS wrote:
> CVSROOT:	/cvs/webwml
> Module name:	webwml
> Changes by:	joey	01/10/09 05:54:48
> Added files:
> 	polish/News    : Makefile 
> 	polish/News/weekly: Makefile index.wml 
> Log message:
> 	This list is only a forward of <fhs-discuss@ucsd.edu>.
> 	The canonical FTP site for the FHS project and mailing list is:
> 	  ftp://tsx-11.mit.edu/pub/linux/docs/linux-standards/fsstnd/
> 	The FHS editor is Daniel Quinlan <Daniel.Quinlan@linux.org>.  If you
> 	have any general questions about this project, you can mail them to
> 	him.
> 	The private directory is:
> 	  ftp://tsx-11.mit.edu/pub/linux/docs/linux-standards/private/fsstnd
> 	Please note two things.  First, the "private" in the directory name is
> 	there for a reason.  This draft is a working document, and is not
> 	intended for general public release yet.  Please do not post it to the
> 	net, mail it to people who are not on this mailing list, or conduct
> 	discussions about it in a public forum other than this mailing list.
> 	Second, discussion on this list has been going on for a very long time
> 	now.  Many issues have been raised, and dropped for one reason or
> 	another.  We suggest you sit back and watch the discussion for a bit
> 	before posting your ideas about how to arrange the filesystem
> 	hierarchy.
> 				       ABSTRACT
> 	The open and distributed process in which the Linux operating system
> 	has developed fosters rapid growth of the operating system,
> 	applications, and integrated distributions.  Yet, there exists a need
> 	for standardization of the Linux filesystem structure.  This document
> 	aims to specify standard locations of files and directories in Linux
> 	systems.  A standardized filesystem structure allows users,
> 	developers, and distributors to obtain system components from various
> 	sources that will work together as smoothly as if they had been
> 	developed under a centralized development process.  It also eases
> 	system administration, development of second and third party packages,
> 	and the writing of implementation independent documentation.

Errr... WTF?

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