Moving on

didbaba didbaba at
Tue Jun 12 13:52:56 PDT 2001

* le mar 12 jun, 2001 à 03:00:51 -0400, Gerard Beekmans (gerard at écrivait:
> Hi guys,
> It's high time we pick up ALFS again. It's been pretty dead lately and
> that needs to change. Everything is in order now with the new LFS server
> which will make it easier to run the ALFS project. There's going to be a
> small organizational change in ALFS.
> I want to invest more time in ALFS but I don't have that much time to
> actually run ALFS in full, thoroughly test all the code contributed,
> etc. To that end Jesse will take charge of that aspect and he'll be the
> one you guys will be talking and reporting to mostly.

I just succeed, building a ALFS 3.0-pre3 with the PERL backend, very good :) But there is many work to do.

> We had a perl thing going, but from the looks of it, that won't be
> maintained anymore. Jesse has been trying to get in touch with the
> people who have been working on the perl backend but no response that
> yet. Jesse mentioned that he wants to work on a C or C++ backend. He'll
> have to provide more details on that himself when he reads this.

I prefer learning C than Perl so go on. But please no C++. 

> You've already read by now that the other alfs mailinglists will be
> shutdown for now until such time that there's a real need again for such
> a list. I'll shut down these lists either tonight or tomorrow in the
> morning.

Do we have to unsubscribe from this closed lists ? or it's done automatically ?

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