* Greg Banks <gnb@...> on Tue, Oct 16, 2001:
> > I've attached the treelink.sh script which is used to overlay a drop-in
> > tree on top of a full kernel tree. I can also make a file release for =
> > script, but I don't have any of those (file release) admin priveledges.
> > NIIBE, Paul, or Greg, can you make me a release admin?
> Why don't you check this script into CVS, under linux/scripts/ ?
> Also, it might be nice to have files which are replaced (rather than
> added) by treelink.sh backed up, so there's something like a mm/vmscan.c.=
> This saves a lot of futzing about to get per-file diffs later.
Ah, great idea! I'll add that right away :).
> > Anyway, I need to finish the new CVS docs, I'll be updating the web CVS
> > once they're ready. We should probably wait a good week or so for peop=
> > to get adjusted to the drop-in tree before killing off the kernel tree.
> At least.
Actually, I have another "agenda", I've been playing with the web sources,
and I'm doing some major restructuring locally. You can find the test
version at http://alphaflight.d6.dnsalias.org:8008/. So far the only
changes I've done are renaming all .php3 files to .php and some other minor
cleanups, but I plan on doing some reorganization of "Documents", as well
as bringing everthing to XHTML compliance :). There some new features I'm
going to sneak into the site, like a "Boards" type of section
(working/status of SH boards), and some other surprises. That'll be
happening in the next few days.
> > binutils, gcc-core, and gdb should be killed immediately.
I'm filing the appropiate SR now. I've also killed all of the cruft in the
/home/groups/l/li/linuxsh directory (test kernels, other misc. unrelated
I plan on stepping up to do website maintenance, but I also plan to
maintain the SourceForge backend as well, I'll post on that seperately.