Dead Project? (I hope not)

M.Canales.es manuel at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Aug 19 01:17:17 PDT 2006


El Sábado, 19 de Agosto de 2006 06:59, Randy McMurchy escribió:

> Recently there was a call for funds to replace the Belgarath server.
> Funds were raised in a matter of days. For all practical purposes,
> anyone who contributed money, wasted it. That call for funds (and the
> raising of it) was *many* months ago. There has been no effort to even
> explain where the donated money went (other than someone bought some
> hardware, and has it, but won't commit the couple of hours it would
> take to put it online).

That is a good question, where is that new server?

> The entire LFS project seems to be in the toilet. Am I the only one
> that thinks this? Am I over reacting?
>
> Is there anyone else concerned about the health of the project?

In the last weeks there has been a lot of development in HLFS, but Robert is 
alone.

CLFS team is working on the 1.0.0 release, but 1.0.0rc3 was released three 
weeks ago and no rc4 yet

We don't know yet if there is a BLFS-6.2 release planned and for when.

LFS need be updated to Glibc.2.4 and to use a new set of kernel headers, but 
no discussion about that yet.

In the last month there has been more development discussion in alfs-discuss 
that in all other list.

Yes, I'm concerned also :-/


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