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Re: Sigh, help wanted
If no one has already contacted you about this and set something up,
I volunteer--if you think my qualifications are reasonable.
On the plus side, I have no problems in dealing with software projects
which comprise many components and are contained in repositories,
etc. My first experience with this goes back to Concurrent-CPM/86
The negative is that I'm not yet that familiar with the internals of OpenBSD.
I've been taking peeks here and there to see how things work, but I'm
still an outsider with the code. That will change with time, but right
now I'm learning and getting a feel for it all.
I've been wondering what things I might do to help out, so perhaps this
is it. I'll be available in about a week--right now I'm taking care of a death
in the family and that takes precedence, but afterwards I'd be available.
At 12:54 PM 1/21/01 -0700, Theo de Raadt wrote:
>Sigh, I've been totally swamped. I'd love it if someone would help me
>catch up on updating the plus.html file; it has lagged significantly
>since 2.8 was released. Basically, if someone could sit down and try
>to follow the same style of annotation, basing the entries on the
>stuff in CVSROOT/ChangeLog, that would be great. Try to be in order,
>and match the stable/errata entries properly to new stuff. I'll check
>over it, of course. Mailing in smaller chunks of it is easier,
>See if you can invent a way so that no more than one of you volunteers
>for this ;-)