RE: Want a new LinuxHQ?

Chris (
Sat, 13 Sep 1997 10:04:54 -0400 (EDT)


I would be willing to help with this project. I have a lot of experiance deve
loping web sites. I think that I can be a great help in developing the new linu
xhq site. I've recently developed a web site for the catalog of Bob Jones Unive
rsity Press. This was a large site ran off of a database that allows the custom
ers to browse the book listings online. The current status of this site is unkn
own, as I finished my part and the press administration is deciding when and whe
re to deploy it (red tape is such a pain).

Anyway, please let me know if I can be of any assistance to you.

On 12-Sep-97 Andrew B. Cramer wrote:
>Greetings List(s),
> I would be willing to host a 'linuxhq' type of site. As I am not an expert on
>the Linux system I would like some help with this. I think 4 to 5 people could
>manage this. I'm posting this to both 'admin' and 'kernel' since these are the
>most active lists.
> We need to have at least the following:
>1> Current status of the 'stable' and 'development' kernels.
>2> Official and Unofficial patch sections for each.
>3> The regular list of how-to's, documentation, and mirror sites.
> Do to space considerations, only the most current kernels will be available
>from this site.
> From what we have seen, this task is too big for one person to keep
> I will be accepting requests to be part of this for about two weeks.
>After that people will be chosen for this. I'm looking forward to giving
>something back to the community. - Andy.
>Andrew B. Cramer
>Member - HTML Writers Guild - Netware Users International
>'If you don't have time to do it right, when are you going to find time to do
>it over?'

E-Mail: Chris <>
Date: 13-Sep-97
Time: 10:04:56

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