Author: Christopher Forgeron
Date: 22-04-00 03:43
I've been using this resource for a while to help get back up-to-speed with BSD after 5+ years of Windows-only work. (It's amazing how quick you can forget your Unix commands, not to mention all the changes since then).
While I find it extremely helpful, I also notice a lot of old 2.x BSD work here which is outdated or just wrong (due to changes in the 3.x tree).
Just a few messages back, a fellow was having some problems with ipf because of old instructions that didn't need to be executed.
I'm not complaining, as it's still a valuable resource, but I'd love to see an "upgrade" team going over the documents and making the appropriate changes to make old dangerous information disappear.
I guess what I'm really saying is; Is anyone doing this right now? If not, I'm up to donate some time to the task.
Anyone else? Comments?