TNG back from the dead [if we get some decent doctors...]
simona at uchicago.edu
Fri Oct 6 14:21:00 GMT 2000
Now that you've thrown down the gauntlet on TNG, I'd like to step
forward. My experience is in web development and samba admin. Here at
the university I run various web servers and code up applications using
I'd be more than happy to help create a useful resource for TNG
development. Just let me know how I can help get this off the ground.
Sander Striker wrote:
> - Documenters
> - Write (good) documentation (examples: man pages and
> a HOWTO)
> - Web designers/maintainers
> - Desinging and maintaining a website (update regularly).
> - Keeping FAQs and other public files in sync.
> - Mailing list subscribers :-D
> - Giving (founded) feedback on technical issues.
> - Testers
> - Testing release and cvs versions on a regular basis.
> Coders and non-coders combined:
> - API spec and documentation writers
> - Like an MSDN for TNG
> Do you think you can do one of these jobs? You can make a difference.
Simon Allaway | "It's not a firewall,
University of Chicago | it's a leather pouch."
5-4390 Haskell Hall | - Anon.
More information about the samba-ntdom