----- Forwarded message from Rahul Sundaram
From: Rahul Sundaram <rahulsundaram(a)gmail.com>
To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list(a)redhat.com>
> here's a solution -- can we post the mailing list etiquette rules
> somewhere under fedora.redhat.com? that way, any time some dimwit
> joins this club and decides he likes his personal way of doing things,
> he can be pointed in short order at the *fedora*-approved etiquette
> list. at which point, that should be the end of the debate.
Please do this. Write a set of guidelines and submit it to the docs
list. we can have a format set of guidelines approved by Redhat.
Everyone else lets kill this thread. I am pretty sure everything that
is supposed to be covered has already been done so.
File actually attached this time. Sorry.
Please see the attached file. This version is in html.
I will convert it to the required format, and remove the extraneous
references to the RedHat hat install, replacing them with "fedora"
Is there any document I should read in order to understand what
guideline, formats and specifications are being applied to the Fedora
nux/Open Source. Your base belongs to you, free, forever.
Idealism: "Realism applied over a longer time period"
Jeff Kinz, Emergent Research, Hudson, MA.