2018-08-29 00:46:33 UTC
As a longtime Slacker, I'm very interested to know what's going on
with Slackware. And in what to make of that, for better knowledge
of both Slackware's future, and my own.
So far, the best I can find in available Slackware information is,
that the Slackware supplier group or business, was too small and
too closed. Thus a choice by perhaps as few as one person, could
develop major consequences or even the end and disappearance of
Slackware from public cyberspace.
That's not what I want! But if hopeful, forward-looking developments
are in process, I've heard nothing of it. So I think Slackware's
most immediate need is, Slackware needs a central and authoritative
*news resource*. Could Alien do that? He's awful good but I've a
feeling he's up to his ears with all the work he's undertaken already.
So can someone else, someone with a public record and history of
forward-looking open-software / Slackware usefulness, start up the
news resource I think is Slackware's immediate need?
Titeotwawki -- Martha Adams [Tues 2018 Aug 28]