Miguel Simon <email@example.com> wrote in article <3BFFDC8A.1EC4A824@ou.edu>…
The systems administration manual has not been updated for a good while
due to QSSL resource allocation. Well…, I wonder if the QNX community
at large could contribute to this?
As far as I can see QSSL has other strategy. They do not collect bugs from everybody, they write it
theirself . BTW, we do the same…
For example, Igor, Mario, Bill
Caroselli, Armin Steinhoff, RK, vasa, Eduard (ed1k), Rennie, and many
others could contribute to this. Someone would volunteer to keep the
documents updated with every body’s input and contribute, etc…
As to me, I never participated in such projects. I’m a commercial programmer and some open source’s
technique is a revelation for me . Probably, if QSSL find some mechanism and project originator,
I’ll participate. Maybe I’ll get luck in Canadian embassy (I’m hoping third year yet) and I’ll have
enough time to study English and participating in volunteer program Who knows. Currently I have
enough work to do (I guess other guys have it too) and I’m glad if my fun on newsgroup is useful
for anybody. Unfortunately, it don’t affect the really needful sysadmin manual. I think the
sysadmin guide is not quite appropriate place to contribute by QNX community. Many things discussed
in it are knowen by QNX developers only.
way, for example, help for many new folks would be automatic in at least
some of the most basic issues.
Just an idea. What about it?
my opinions are mine, only mine, solely mine, and they are not related
in any possible way to the institution(s) in which I study and work.
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma