Darren Young darren at
Wed Sep 6 08:26:59 PDT 2000

Well, I'm an operations manager so I have loads of documentation
experience, just not public. I've used DocBook for internal work, just
never on a large project. I'd imagine I can devote an hour a day
during the week, and a little more on the weekends. I'm not interested in
being the "leader" per se, just want to use DocBook more.


Darren Young

 On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Gerard Beekmans wrote:

> Hi,
> Discussions seem to jump from topic to topic, but this is just a short one.
> Both Jason Gurtz and Darren Young have expressed interest in working on the 
> documentation.
> As I stated before every subgroup should have it's own leader and I won't be 
> that leader in most cases.
> This is not a contest, but having two captains on the same boat can cause 
> problems.
> I'm afraid I can't make the decision yet since I don't know you guys well 
> enough yet. Has either of you actual documentation experience? Perhaps the 
> one with most available time or the one who wants to invest most time in ALFS 
> could be a factor as well. You don't have to apply for the position (as far 
> as you can call it a position). I just need to 'assign' one of you.

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