Several people already pointed out that our docs page has absolute pointers back to iBiblio, whether you use the main site or a mirror. Because the mirrors do have the complete collection, having absolute links is rather pointless. The issue is now being dealt with and local links will be made available soon.
Greg Ferguson put up an article TLDP history that was published earlier in LinuxJournal. Some feedback, however, still needs to be incorporated to make it accurately reflect what happened during the last 10 years.
Guido Gonzato sent in a mail indicating that he doesn't have the time to maintain the Configuration HOWTO, From DOS/Windows to Linux HOWTO, From VMS to Linux HOWTO and the Saving Space mini-HOWTO. If you would like to maintain any of these documents, send a mail to the <email@example.com> list. Thank you Guido for writing and maintaining these documents so far.
Saqib Ali is covering VEX and ButterflyXML in his article for Free Software Magazine. The article might be interesting for HOWTO authors and editors. The HTML version is at http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/free_issues/issue_03/practical_applications_xml/.
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