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On Saturday, Feb 15, 2003, at 07:19 Australia/Melbourne,
> thank you! i wish more people were involved. Actually, a ton of
> people contributed logos, but no one seems interested in helping any
> other way. Maybe it's because the the project is kinda big and a tad
> complicated, I don't know.
i offered to help with documenting, testing, etc (i.e. trying to get a
foot in the door as i have no programming experience) but it was much
"thanks for the interest but no"
(the offer is ALWAYS open tho, this project is a bitchin idea :)))) )
?? I have never kept anyone from helping. you must have
misunderstood me, or maybe you are confusing this with the Linuxstep
project? I have been very open to testing by anyone, but with one
caveat; nobody should be testing this distro on a machine they depend
on, cause there is not telling what it may do to it. Also, there
hasn't been a "release" in quite a few months because i have been
reworking the source tree. I may have told you not to bother testing
at this time because there were going to be big changes coming (and
there have been).
There still is no new boot disc available, but I hope there will be one
in a month or two, and you're welcome to test it.
On Sunday, Feb 16, 2003, at 21:45 Pacific/Honolulu, Gareth Brereton
> i offered to help with documenting, testing, etc (i.e. trying to get a
> foot in the door as i have no programming experience) but it was much
> "thanks for the interest but no"
> (the offer is ALWAYS open tho, this project is a bitchin idea :)))) )
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