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I'm willing to help in any way with the site. I've been meaning to get
back into my remote-controlled epia project<br>
with linuxbios2 ever since my old board went up in flames. Someone
needs to diagram where the site is right now<br>
and plot a course for where it needs to go. My current day job is
Windows .NET stuff and it sucks.<br>
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<pre wrap="">On Mon, 28 Feb 2005, Jamie Rollins wrote:
<pre wrap="">I agree very strongly on this point. If linuxbios is going to move
forward, it's public face needs to be very well presented, which at the
moment, it is not. The linuxbios.org web site is very out of date.
The page desperately needs a documentation section, and a better way to
download the most recent source code other than through the CVS.
I've really got a day job that eats most of my waking hours.
I used to have more time for the web site but my free time is almost zero.
I'm willing to have someone else take it over. I have no problems with
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