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Re: Refocusing of second snapshot

I'm glad for this, I prefer Mandrake myself. I tried RH, really didn't like
it. Also anyone seen Euphoria programming language? It now works with Linux.
I'm not much of a programmer, but it really stomps alot of others out there,
and it's simple to follow and fast. Found @ http://rapideuphoria.com/  Take
a look, see what it says, you programmers out there, or wannabe's. Hope to
be able to help.
Scott in Saginaw,  Mich. =8:^)
"Government big enough to supply everything you need is big
 enough to take everything you have" - Thomas Jefferson

----- Original Message -----
From: Jean Francois Martinez <jfm2@club-internet.fr>
To: <independence-l@independence.seul.org>
Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2001 4:10 AM
Subject: Refocusing of second snapshot

> I planned to move Indy to a Mandrake-based installer but there are still
> too many issues before
> my planned two week leave of July first.  Some of them are: making it
> use XFS by default, make it
> use Grub instead of LILO (Mandrake people picked LILO as default due to
> it allowing boot images but
> Grub is so superior  I consider this is not in user's interest),
> entering the whole list of Indy
>  packages to Mandrake format.
> So because I want something for end June I will be refocusing on
> application software for Indy in
> second snapshot.   When I will return I will have much more time than
> presently so I  hope to be
> able to have new instller ready for end July
> I also want to apologize towards some people who had had no answers to
> their mails: Kmail has lost
> all my mail for the last month after it was stopped uncleanly.   This
> will teach me to have backups.
> But I also have doubt about including a program who is not robust
> enough.   Nevertheless I recovered
> list traffic through the list archives but not private mail so if you
> had a question pending please
> resent it to me
> --
> JF Martinez
> Independence Linux (http://independence.seul.org)
> Because Linux should be for everyone.