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Re: [Nmh-workers] Starting the final call for features for 1.7

From: Ken Hornstein
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] Starting the final call for features for 1.7
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2016 22:23:43 -0400

>intro(2) on any BSD distribution is a good example of what an intro(x)
>manpage should look like.  But they are far from tutorials on how to
>write UNIX code.

Weeelll ... I was thinking more along the lines of where to get started.
But, details, especially since nothing has been written yet :-)

>Not anyone who would consider writing it as a manpage.  I have already
>said I would edit a guide together.  There's enough good material out
>there that we don't need to write (much) if we can consolidate the
>existing works.
>Certainly things will need an update, but that's a relatively small
>delta against the existing works (again, if we can use them).

AFAIK, everything under docs/historical is available.  So ... if you are
editing such a document, when do you think you could get it done?  A
bunch of stuff has come up for 1.7 since I made my announcement, so it's
not going to be in a week or two, but it would be nice to know what your
time frame is.  Nothing against you, of course, but I know we're all busy.


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