Creating an Admin Handbook
nik at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jul 20 10:34:38 UTC 2004
On Mon, Jul 19, 2004 at 10:03:54AM +0000, Murray Stokely wrote:
> I think the time has come to split up the Handbook.
Yes, with a reservation. Specifically, is there a description
anywhere of what constitutes a user task and what's an admin task?
Looking over the existing Handbook, all of the following (notionally in
the 'user' section) strike me as being admin tasks:
Chapter 4 - Installing Applications
Chapter 8 - Configuring the FreeBSD Kernel
Chapter 10 - Linux Binary Compatability
Last time this sort of thing came up, we discussed making the split
along task-oriented lines, potentially leading to several smaller
handbooks, rather than the two books that you're suggesting.
This has been on the backburner for a *long* time:
So consider this one last stab at getting someone to implement that
idea. Failing that, your willingness to do the work you've outlined
trumps my kvetching from the sidelines :-)
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