I leave the project

Dirk dirk.dil at pt.lu
Fri Jul 9 03:17:55 PDT 2004

Jeroen Coumans (jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org) wrote:
> Alexander E. Patrakov said the following on 07-07-2004 05:32:
> >Sorry for all the mess that I have done with the book. I want to leave 
> >the project because it is not exaclty what I need, and I disagree with 
> >the roadmap. My bad.
> Please reconsider. LFS is whatever we make it, and if you have enough 
> good ideas and are willing to defend them, you'll get enough support to 
> implement them. Just because some people don't agree with what you 
> want, doesn't mean you shouldn't try. The combined effort of each 
> persons' view on what LFS is, however conflicted they are with 
> eachother, is what makes it so great.

Well said!
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Some how LFS without Alexander E. Patrakov would seem less of a
reassuring place.  I'm sure I'll appreciate your presence here when I
migrate (soon) to linux 2.6.x and get "hot plugged".  I'll find out what
that means when I get there.

There's more than enough place for Alexander in LFS and I encourage him
to stay.


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