Roger Dingledine writes:
I’ve been working with and supporting this group since they
started, and they’re closing in on having an excellent site devoted
to the free exchange of information, by and for end-users. Except,
of course, they would like some more developers to help out.
Currently there is an enormous amount of useful information
about Linux on the Internet. But, often it seems that it takes the
patience of a saint to actually find what you’re looking for. Even
worse, there is a lot of inaccurate and out of date documentation
which makes finding the answer you need all the more difficult.
To solve this problem, the Linux Knowledge Base Organization
been quietly working for the past eight months to develop the most
advanced information repository and retrieval system for Linux
related documentation. We are currently a six person team dedicated
to filling the documentation gap that currently exists with Linux
and the programs that run on it.
The Linux Knowledge Base Project is a volunteer effort which is
100% sponsor supported (ie. no ad banners) and licensed in the
spirit of open source. Content can be copied, modified, and
re-distributed by others free of charge.
Currently, we are seeking additional qualified volunteers who
wish to give back to the Linux community and who share our goal of
creating the most advanced search, indexing, authoring, and
management engine for Linux related documentation.
To find out more what the Linux Knowledge Base Organization is
about and how you can help, please visit:
Aaron Turner ([email protected])
LinuxKBO Core Developer