On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 04:10:26PM -0600, Daniel Wood wrote:
> Updated per David Coulson's suggestion.
I like it (this was the first one I read because I could view the
attachement inline -- I'm lazy when it comes to compressed attachments).
One minor nitpick: what is the copyright message applying to? If it's
not just the man page, then you need to broaden it. Usermode Linux is a
derivative of Linux and so the copyright holders are vast and varied
(plus some of the uml code has been contributed by others). Since I
don't normally see copyright notices on manual pages, I can't think of a
good form. But the Python manual page has a section called LICENSING
"Python is distributed under an Open Source license. See the
file "LICENSE" in the Python source distribution for information
on terms & conditions for accessing and otherwise using Python
and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES."
So maybe that is the sentiment you are trying to get across. Like I
said, minor point, and I will use this a fair bit, I think.
Success always occurs in private and failure in full view.