[pf4freebsd] Re: HTML-ify anyone?
max at love2party.net
Wed Sep 15 21:11:01 PDT 2004
On Friday 30 July 2004 11:57, Anubis wrote:
> Max Laier wrote:
> > Hi,
> > as you might know, the pf-page is (a bit) out-of-date/undermaintained.
> > This is due to my lack of time and HTML-skillz. I'd be more than happy if
> > somebody would be so nice to volunteer to HTML-ify/proofread/enhance the
> > attached plain-text and sent me the resulting HTML-pages. Improvements
> > and comments very welcome also!
> > General notes: It's nothing fancy, agreed. But it's better than what is
> > there now. It has some raw edges and might be outdated as well (I wrote
> > this while on a train a couple of weeks ago), but I was kinda hoping for
> > you to jump in and provide an "intelligent transformation" i.e. improving
> > my scribbling while keeping the idea. I don't object a complete rewrite
> > either.
> > On a sidenote to this I'd also like to remind you that there is no
> > information or advertisement of pf in the
> > handbook/non-manpage-documentation, yet. If somebody is interested in
> > addressing this short coming, please get in touch with me! Fundamental
> > work (rewrite of the "Firewall section" in the handbook) has been
> > started, but with documentation - you can never have enough!
> > Looking forward to your feedback. Thanks in advance!
> If no one else is interested ill have a go. It will be fairly plain
> html so it is accessible in any browser. Similar to freebsd handbook.
Yes! Please go for it! Plain is good, very good!
> Feel free to jump in if you want to do something else or of someone has
> a better idea.
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