r626 - html/trunk/clfs

jim at linuxfromscratch.org jim at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Nov 1 09:28:32 PST 2005


Author: jim
Date: 2005-11-01 10:28:31 -0700 (Tue, 01 Nov 2005)
New Revision: 626

Modified:
   html/trunk/clfs/index.html
Log:
CLFS: Home Page Updates - Added editors. Removed reference to embedded system

Modified: html/trunk/clfs/index.html
===================================================================
--- html/trunk/clfs/index.html	2005-10-31 20:14:14 UTC (rev 625)
+++ html/trunk/clfs/index.html	2005-11-01 17:28:31 UTC (rev 626)
@@ -28,13 +28,7 @@
      <p><em>Building CLFS produces a very compact Linux system</em><br />
         When you install a regular distribution, you often end up installing a
         lot of programs that you would probably never use. They're just sitting
-        there taking up (precious) disk space. It's not hard to get an CLFS
-        system installed under 100 MB. Does that still sound like a lot? A few
-        of us have been working on creating a very small embedded CLFS system.
-        We installed a system that was just enough to run the Apache web server;
-        total disk space usage was approximately 8 MB. With further stripping,
-        that can be brought down to 5 MB or less. Try that with a regular
-        distribution.</p>
+        there taking up (precious) disk space.</p>
      <p><em>CLFS is extremely flexible</em><br />
         Building CLFS could be compared to a finished house. CLFS will give you
         the skeleton of a house, but it's up to you to install plumbing,
@@ -57,7 +51,12 @@
 
      <h2>Who's who:</h2>
      <ul>
-        <li>Project Leadership: Jim Gifford and Ryan Oliver</li>
+	<li>Project Co-Leader: Ryan Oliver	Arch: x86, x86_64sparc, mips, powerpc</li>
+	<li>Project Co-Leader: Jim Gifford	Arch: x86, sparc, mips</li>
+	<li>Editor: Jeremy Huntwork		Arch: x86, sparc, powerpc</li>
+	<li>Editor: Ken Moffat			Arch: x86, x86_64, powerpc</li>
+	<li>Editor: Matt Darcy			Arch: x86, x86_64, sparc</li>
+	<li>Editor: Joe Ciccone			Arch: x86, mips, alpha</li>
         <li>Plus numerous people who contribute to the book and its side projects.</li>
      </ul>
 




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