Contacting persons responsible for code/documentation
Gerald S Stoller
gs_stoller at juno.com
Sun Oct 12 23:30:00 PDT 2003
I quite often find bugs in code or documentation, but the problem
is finding the name and email address of the person to whom to report it.
I suggest that FreeBSD.org have email addresses for each Unix
command (e.g., ls at FreeBSD.org , ksh at FreeBSD.org , find at FreeBSD.org ,
vi at FreeBSD.org , emacs at FreeBSD.org , etc.) to which mail can be sent
about any problems. Preferably a system can be set up to forward mail
received here on to the person to whom to report problems with the code
or documentation of the command (maybe use ls.cod at FreeBSD.org and
ls.doc at FreeBSD.org for problems with the code or documentation
respectively of the ls command), or the person responsible can look at
the email received here.
Right now, I found an error with the find command and with shell
documentation, and I still don't know whom to contact.
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