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Bruce A. Mah
bmah at freebsd.org
Mon May 8 02:57:39 UTC 2006
If memory serves me right, Daniel Gerzo wrote:
> Hello Hiroki,
> Monday, May 8, 2006, 1:35:06 AM, you answered:
>> Giorgos Keramidas <keramida at ceid.upatras.gr> wrote
>> in <20060507163758.GA51229 at gothmog.pc>:
> ke>> I would probably like seeing something like an ``Embedded FreeBSD''
> ke>> chapter in the Handbook, where all available options would be listed,
> ke>> including NanoBSD, FreeSBIE, and the upcoming TinyBSD too.
>> I think it is good for us to have a document for such variants of
>> installation method, but I disagree with adding a chapter to Handbook
>> for them. This is because NanoBSD and so on are nothing but special
>> methods of build/installation and IMHO they are beyond the scope
>> of Handbook.
> We have even more advanced topics in Handbook than NanoBSD is. See
> next paragraph.
Actually the thing I had in mind as I was reading this thread is that an
"embedded FreeBSD" article could (and probably would) go further in
depth than the average handbook section. *That* to me would be the
advantage of having this stuff as an article.
That said I'm not the guy writing any of this stuff up (at least not at
this time). I'm glad that people are taking the time to write more
documentation of what I think is a pretty cool feature, regardless of
where it sits in the doc tree.
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