Subject: Re: Linux news
To: Curt Sampson <cjs@cynic.net>
From: Eric Delcamp <e.delcamp@wanadoo.fr>
List: current-users
Date: 04/09/1999 16:49:54
Hi !

In a different manner, could someone take the job of an 'official press
relationship' ?
His fonction will be to write 'official press release', and send it to
computer magazines.
We SHOULD think about this, or something similar. I could take care of
french magazines, but we need to say the same things in all countries.
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-----Message d'origine-----
De : Curt Sampson <cjs@cynic.net>
 : Eric Delcamp <e.delcamp@wanadoo.fr>
Cc : NetBSD current users <current-users@netbsd.org>
Date : vendredi 9 avril 1999 01:38
Objet : Re: Linux news


>On Wed, 7 Apr 1999, Eric Delcamp wrote:
>
>> My question is really simple : where is NetBSD in all of this ?
>Wherever we put it.
>> I have asked 3 weeks ago a document describing majors changes in NetBSD
1.4,
>> and futures orientations of NetBSD (1.5 and later).  I'm not qualified to
>> write such document....
>You may not be qualified to write the `future stuff for 1.5' part
>of it, by I don't see why you would have such trouble with the 1.4
>changes. Just go through the changes section on the website and
>write up something based on that.
>`What's going to be in future versions' is really hard to predict.
>(Note that the Linux folks don't really do this, either.)