question from a user

Jim Gifford lfs at jg555.com
Wed Jul 28 12:25:39 PDT 2004


Steven Van Impe wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I've been an LFS user/fan for the last few years, but now -more than
>ever- I'm under the impression that this project is doomed and is not
>going in the direction I would like it to go.
>
>I'm interested in learning more on how to build a modern linux system,
>mostly for everyday desktop use. I want to learn how systems work now
>and will work in the future, not how they worked in the time before
>time: for me, a system that doesn't include kernel 2.6, udev and hotplug
>is not even a system anymore.
>I'm also looking for a project than can make up it's mind and make
>progress instead of arguing on mailinglists/IRC for ever and ever.
>
>So where/who should I look to now ?
>
>Where possible, I would also be willing to help out a project with the
>goals above.
>
>Kind regards,
>
>Steven Van Impe
>
>Please reply to steven.vanimpe at telenet.be, since I'm not subscribed to
>this list.
>
>  
>
Things have changed, but they will be getting better soon. Don't give up 
on us yet.

These are just natural growing pains and conflicts that normally are 
behind the scenes. I plan on doing whatever it takes to get LFS back to 
the way it was, I know others are commited to the same thing.


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