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Re: HOWTO gatekeeper?
On Sat, 11 Mar 2000, Guylhem Aznar wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 04, 2000 at 06:34:01PM -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Could someone involved with the LDP be kind enough to advise me who is
> > the responsible "gatekeeper" for HOWTO submissions to the LDP?
> The HOWTOs must be sent to ldp-submit, where we receive and process
I think you missed the point. I believe this request for a "gatekeeper" was in
response to a posting critical of a Linux Astronomy Resources HOWTO. I didn't
keep the originals but there was a statement to the effect that the LDP was for
Linux and that the original poster (email@example.com) should take his astronomy
howto elsewhere. So in that context, a gatekeeper would be someone who lets in
some howto's and keeps out others.
I just wrote one and am thinking of writing another HOWTO so I am somewhat
interested in an answer also. Is there an LDP gatekeeper? If so, is it a
voluntary position, a committee, or just whoever happens to feel like answering
the mail that day? Or do you just "receive and process them" as was stated
above, with no regard for content?
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