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Documentation (was: Status of the Hurd ?)

From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: Documentation (was: Status of the Hurd ?)
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2007 14:41:09 +0100
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On Thu, Feb 01, 2007 at 07:57:12AM +0200, Constantine Kousoulos wrote:
> Xavier Maillard wrote:
> >I have real difficulties to get informations about our precious
> >GNU nowadays.
> >
> >So I am asking here. By the way, is there a website eligible for
> >us to stay "up to date" and to follow as close as possible Hurd
> >development ?
> Currently, the most up to date site available is our wiki at 
> http://hurd.gnufans.org/. However, you will find out that the wiki 
> updates are not on the "bleeding edge" of development. :)

... and that the wiki is in a rather messy state.  (And, yes, I promised
to fix that, and, yes, I still indend to do that.)

> The best way to follow Hurd development is to monitor the bug-hurd 
> mailing list. Development is coordinated through that list.

Yes, that's true.

Every now and then I also try to invest some time into maintaining and
adding new items to the official web pages,

If someone has content to put up there, please tell me!

I'd also like to add more stuff about the HurdNG effort, but I don't
really know how to approach that.  (I already linked to the `NextHurd'
wiki page.)

I also recently started adding some links to documentation on
<http://gnu.org/software/hurd/docs.html> and will continue with that: for
example Neal's years-old (but still valid, of course) ``Manual Translator
Bootstrap'' and ``Mach IPC without MIG'' are on my list.

Some days ago Aamir Mughal was asking about Mach IPC on our irc channel
-- I just yesterday added a link to the ``Unofficial GNU Mach IPC
beginner's guide'' to the documentation page, perhaps that helps.


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