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On 27 Aug 2003 20:28:11 +0200, Féliciano Matias wrote:
Check the current http://rhl.redhat.com/
one mouth later :
- "Red Hat remains excited about the open development process announced
on Monday. We're currently reworking the content of this site to clarify
questions people have raised since our announcement. We'll have the site
restored as soon as possible."
I can't be happy with this. And more important,
Debian/Gentoo/Mandrake/... users will not be attracted with this.
Mailing-list and "wait please" answers are not enough.
This is my opinion at the present time.
I am an old redhat user and confident about the future of RHLP. But
think about other users/contributers.
PS: Sorry for my poor English.
The alternative doesn't look any better. The web pages alone would not
get the RHL project going, especially not if they are incomplete and
don't answer important questions raised by potential contributors
(e.g. on infrastructure, how, and when). The result would be chaos and
disappointment worse than the current situation.
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