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SubjectRe: Linux Tuning
On 19 Apr 1999, Timothy Writer wrote:

> > Great. There are several others that are also offering resources, two
> > sites with websites, at least one other mailing list.
>
> Do you have URLs etc.?

I've set up a (still empty) CVS tree for this documentation
project. By using CVS we can get around the maintainer-on-
holiday and not-up-to-date problem. It also makes for easy
mirroring and editing by a crew of people.

For communication the linux-perf and kernel-doc mailing
lists are, IMHO, the most appropriate. Kernel-doc is
hosted by majordomo@nl.linux.org and linux-perf is hosted
at some German university mentioned a few messages back
in the thread...

Rik -- Open Source: you deserve to be in control of your data.
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