r871 - trunk/alfs

jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Nov 9 06:44:05 PST 2004


Author: jeroen
Date: 2004-11-09 07:44:04 -0700 (Tue, 09 Nov 2004)
New Revision: 871

Modified:
   trunk/alfs/news-2004.txt
Log:
Fix p tag in ALFS news

Modified: trunk/alfs/news-2004.txt
===================================================================
--- trunk/alfs/news-2004.txt	2004-11-09 06:33:23 UTC (rev 870)
+++ trunk/alfs/news-2004.txt	2004-11-09 14:44:04 UTC (rev 871)
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
 	<p>It is not necessary that the team leader be able to code in C or any other language; for that matter, it's not really mandatory that they even have any experience working on the existing ALFS tools, although that would certainly be much preferred. What _is_ necessary is that they be able to manage a team of people they have never met, in time zones all across the world, and get their team to work in a cohesive, decisive manner to produce products that the community wants to use. This management will require a time commitment; without it, the project languishes (as has happened recently). In addition, the team leader needs to be a vocal member of the community, and make efforts to draw interested members into the ALFS team so that they can help the team fulfill its goals.</p>
 
 	<p>OK, that's it for the management-speak.</p>
-	<p>If you are interested in being the new team leader, or you can provide good reasoning to nominate someone else in the community, please speak up. I'd like to see nominations, discussion, dissension, etc. for the next couple of weeks, at which time I (along with Gerard and Matt) will come to some conclusion about who should take over this position.<p>
+	<p>If you are interested in being the new team leader, or you can provide good reasoning to nominate someone else in the community, please speak up. I'd like to see nominations, discussion, dissension, etc. for the next couple of weeks, at which time I (along with Gerard and Matt) will come to some conclusion about who should take over this position.</p>
 
 <p>Once that is done, it will be time for the new leader and the rest of the community to try to determine what is the best direction for the future. I think we have a great deal of talent here, and if that talent is applied and managed well good things will come of it. </p>
 




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