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-The Linux Documentation Project
.. wait for it
.. a project to document Linux!
+ The Linux Documentation Project . . . .
is the most official source
of things like
+ is the of HowTo documents.
From their website:
Linux Documentation Project
is working on developing free, high quality documentation for the GNU/Linux operating system
. The overall goal of the LDP
is to collaborate
in all of the issues of Linux documentation. This includes the creation of "[HowTo]s" and "Guides"
. We hope to establish a system of documentation for Linux
that will be easy
to use and search
. This includes the integration of the manual pages
, info docs, HOWTOs, and
+ The is . is to in . We that to . , other .
's goal is to create
the canonical set of free Linux documentation
. While online (
and downloadable) documentation
can be frequently updated in order to stay on top of the many changes in the Linux world
, we also like to see the same docs included on CDs
and printed in books.
The LDP is essentially a loose team of volunteers with minimal central organization. Anyone who would like to help is welcome to join in this effort. We feel
that working together informally and discussing projects on our mailing lists is
the best way to go
. When we disagree on things
, we try to reason with each other until we reach an informed consensus.
You can find
the LDP at http://www.tldp.org/. The NewZealandLinuxMirrors page lists some TLDP mirrors; [DunLug] run one
+ LDP the . and can be , and that the . , the .