nALFS on the ALFS home page

Jeroen Coumans jeroen at
Sun Sep 21 14:16:52 PDT 2003

Hi James Robertson. You said the following on 09/21/03 22:54:
> On the left side bar:
> * Pull all the implementations off the list.  Replace with a "Other 
> Implementations" link that describes the other tools available and 
> includes links to home pages and such.
> * Change the "What is..." page to discuss the general nature of the ALFS 
> project, but then go into a little more detail on nALFS's implementation 
> and why it is the "official" one the LSB and LFS projects use.

I'll have you write that :-)

> * Add a roadmap link to the wiki page for it.  This goes with my other 
> post about getting the wiki integrated more..

Have a link for that already?

> We have a syntax doc that I want to get posted.  I need to get that 
> setup on the server first with render scripts like what we have for the 
> two books.

Okay seems fine to. How about this:

     * ALFS News
     * What is Automated Linux From Scratch?
     * What is LSB? (some info about LSB, relationship with LFS/ALFS, 
links to their pages etc.)
     * Roadmap
     * DTD
     * Read:
	o User guide
	o QA guide (maybe combine with userguide?)
	o LSB guide (how to build the LSB SI)
	o Other implementations (short description + link to them)
     * Download:
	o Stable (www/alfs/downloads/stable)
         o Development (CVS) (www/alfs/downloads/cvs)
	o LSB implementation (www/alfs/downloads/lsb)

There are some unwritten docs here, which can be made as we go. I 
suggest we work out the changes needed for the menu and I'll implement 
it. The pages can be filled in over time. Good plan?

Jeroen Coumans (jeroen at
FAQ and Website Maintainer

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