WWW: Linux Development Projects: WWW links wanted

WWW: Linux Development Projects: WWW links wanted

Post by Matt Wel » Sat, 17 Jun 1995 04:00:00

I've added a new section to the LDP Home Page at
for Linux-related development projects. If you are doing research
or development for Linux, or which in some way involves Linux (for
example, building a novel application with the system), please send
me a one-sentence description with a URL, if available.

I'd like to accumulate research papers, development links (e.g., Alan
Cox's page on the NET-3 project, etc.) and so forth at this location.
I can't hope to include all Linux development projects here, but I'd
like to get most of those which have their own WWW sites.

This does _not_ include commercial software development, however,
I will be happy to list commercial applications and resources in
the "Products, Companies, and Organizations" section of the page.



PLEASE remember Keywords: and a short description of the software.


1. WWW: Request for Feedback on WWW site on Linux distributions


Gotta say, overall a great site. Not bogged down with too many graphics, easy
layout to navigate, good information.

My only suggestions would be these:

1. Perhaps consider including info on Stampede. It's a fairly new distro (in
comparisson), and has done some nice things overall with it's setup features. I
still prefer my good ol Slackware, but it's another alternative with some
advantages to the newbie.

2. Consider placing a little more info on the main page conserning the differences
between installations. One of the things I ahve found that scares most new Linux
users away, is that they are afraid of the actual install. Once they get beyond
that fear...we usually find them lurking around groups like these within no time.
I guess fear is worse thatn the actual fate of doing huh?

Just a couple of suggestions, but other than that, nice page. Mind if I link it?

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