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In the last few months, the traffic on the linux-kernel list
has been unbearably high, to the level of becoming a real
distraction in debugging the kernel.
In order to alleviate this problem and to give the 'off-topic
folks' their own home, 3 new mailing lists have been created:
Writing, proof-reading and discussing the kernel
documentation. This is also where newbies should
go if they can't find the documentation (not being
able to find documentation is, after all, a lack
Long-term OS design, feature drooling and generic
OS science fiction. Everyone is welcome to think
about the future of the Linux system (and the kernel
in particular). Discussions should only move to
linux-kernel as soon as we reach the debugging stage.
GPL, BSD, Artistic, LGPL, MPL, QPL, PD, etc...
It's a jungle out there, a legal jungle. Make sure
you (and others) don't get lost in it. Help map out
the legal jungle or find out your own (in)abilities
and legal risks.
You can subscribe to any one of those lists by sending a message
with a message body of:
If you have any questions, feel free to write to me:
Lists at nl.linux.org:
eulug-action Activities to do with your LUG
eulug-announce Announcements of activities and projects
eulug-devel Development list (for programmers and gurus)
eulug-help Help list (for mere mortals)
eulug-misc Other discussions, fun URLs and the latest news
kernel-doc Linux kernel documentation; writers and users.
linux-future Future developments of the Linux kernel
linux-legal Legal aspects of Linux and Open Source
The EULUG lists are mainly of interest to European folks,
see <http://humbolt.nl.linux.org/eulug/> for more information.
The other 3 lists are for a worldwide audience.
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