Yes, this sounds pretty useful information integration drive. I wish I
can help to this very useful project started by a very genuine and
true gentleman (I meant Jim whom I used to communicate maybe more than
a decade ago ;-) .
Human Development Institute
On 7/12/12, James McQuillan <jam@...> wrote:
> Hello fellow LTSP developers.
> It's been a long time since I've posted anything on this mailing list, but
> I want you all to know that I'm still out here involved in LTSP.
> We've been working on a new wiki for LTSP as the following announcement
> Release announcement:
> The new LTSP wiki launched in beta status to the ltsp-developer community
> on July 5th.
> Today, we're making it available to everybody (although it's still in beta)
> This means we need your help in creating up-to-date content for the wiki.
> In April 2012 a team of people got together and began a project to refresh
> the LTSP website. Since then we have created the LTSPedia, a new and very
> informative wiki which can be found http://server.ltsp.org/wiki
> Today we are requesting your support and knowledge, in building a single
> source for the best resources related to LTSP on the internet. Since LTSP's
> inception in 1999, the community has driven the project and we intend to
> continue to support this.
> If you are interested in contributing ltsp-specific technical information
> to the LTSPedia, We invite you to join #ltspweb on freenode; some wiki
> admins will be lurking there.
> Jim McQuillan