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Re: Registering domain
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> Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 20:11:41 -0500
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> On Tue, 22 Feb 2000, Jonathan Veit wrote:
> > > JF Martinez wrote:
> > > >
> > > > I am trying to register independence.cx
> > >
> > > Poor Christmas Island folks. They were on Slashdot, so they'll have
> > > received a load of requests :-)
> > >
> > > stefan
> > What the jargon file defines as, "the slashdot effect" :) Also noting on the
> > installation trouble someone was having... has anyone ever consider creating
> > an iso and putting it on the server? Its a lot less trouble than all those
> > files. Also to clear something up that is a little confusing to me. Is
> > Independece 6.0 commercially sold? I mean its on shelves at stores? I
> > doubting this but I figured I ask. And now in addition to that question is
> > 6.1 going to be?
No it isn't sold. I hope 6.2 will be but for that we need to issue
reasonably soon. By the way I learned today that XFree 4 should be
released by march and this will provide us breathing time as I don't
think RH 6.2 will go without it.
> I would very much like to put an ISO of Indy on the server. I don't know
> if Jean has the room or not but I do. I will maintain a mirror of the
> distro on my machine and when it is ready make an image(s) and burn it on
> the required CD(s).
No I haven't.
> Then I will call on Max (BTW Max, Today I received the Red Hat 6.2beta
> CD you sent. Thank you again). I will mail a copy of the distro to Max
> (replacing the CD he sent me) because he has access to a T1. If he dose
> not mind uploading the image to the server it will be great. That way we
> will all have the exact same copy of the distro and it will help with
> some of the download confusion.
> What do you think of that plan Jean? Max?
> Is Independence commercially sold? No. It would be great just to get the
> CD's distributed by someone like Cheapbytes. Wasn't someone checking on
I think everyone has thought the other was doing it. However we must
become known and that is why I think we should build a beta fast and
then issue a manifesto
By the way does anyone know of a resource about GTK programming?
Jean Francois Martinez
Project Independence: Linux for the Masses