ALFS Team Members
jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Nov 15 17:48:02 PST 2004
After sending out some feelers and getting a few good responses I'd like
to set forth the skeleton of the Development Team for the new ALFS build
* Jeremy Huntwork - Mostly I'll take on the role of organization and
management, but if I learn enough to contribute some real code, I'll
jump in. ;)
* Jamie Bennett - Jamie has already put forth a number of excellent
suggestions and documented our proposed path
* Kevin Fleming - Though he's busy, I want to keep Kevin on the team, at
the very least in name, so we can easily tap into his experience.
I'd also like to make the following proposals for additions to the ALFS
* Boris Buegling (you may know him as NeoCool) - Boris has already
offered some good suggestions for our new tool and also has experience
with C, Bash, Java, C++, Perl. Listed in the order of what he feel is
* Manuel Canales Esparcia - *If* our new tools in any way trigger
changes in the LFS Book XML, Manuel would be our choice to help us
implement them, specifically with changes to the stylesheets. Even now,
we could use his input on what is or what is not possible. I haven't
spoken yet to Manuel, so he'll also need to let us know whether or not
he is interested/able to spend the time in helping the team. I've cc'd
him to make sure he gets this.
The above would be what I consider the 'core' Development Team. If
there are others with experience in C (currently we are inclined to use
C as the development language, as opposed to others that require
additional libraries) who are willing to contribute, please speak up.
On a similar note, I'd like to propose that Thomas Pegg act as a leader
for the ALFS Profile Editors, basically for the purpose of coordinating
their efforts to keep the profiles up-to-date.
Any objections or comments on the above proposals?
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