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Re: My first draft submission of Bash-Scripting HOWTO
It sounds good to me. What is a URL I can look at the HOWTO with?
On Fri, 30 Jun 2000, M. Leo Cooper wrote:
<CITE>A couple of weeks back I submitted the first draft of a "Bash-Scripting
<CITE>HOWTO" in text format (gzipped as an attachment). To date, I haven't
<CITE>heard any feedback from the LDP, not even an acknowledgement of receipt.
<CITE>Since then, I have learned of a possible complication. Looking at the newly
<CITE>submitted updates section of the LDP site, I saw that Mike G
<CITE>(email@example.com), had posted version 0.07 of his "BASH Programming -
<CITE>Introduction HOW-TO", dated 22 June 2000 (about a week after my own
<CITE>submission). I e-mailed Mike G, asking to discuss this, but have received no
<CITE>To resolve any potential confusion, I will rename my own proposed HOWTO as the
<CITE>"Advanced Bash-Scripting HOWTO", since there is not actually all that much
<CITE>overlap in subject matter. These two HOWTOs could actually be considered
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