PenguinREPORT

  06.03.2002 PenguinREPORT

We’re back in the workweek and back on a roll.

I’ve received many suggestions from you for upcoming series in Penguin Shell. Thanks for all your responses, and if you missed the first call for suggestions for an upcoming series, you can still send me one. I’ll take suggestions throughout the week and let you know next week what topics we’ll be covering in future issues of Penguin Shell.

It seems I still owe you a book review, as well. I made mention of it a few weeks back, but just haven’t pulled my thoughts together on the most recent read. You should expect to see something within the next few weeks. Again, we’re creating a list of essential Linux reading, so if it’s not useful, I’m probably not going to review it.

This week will be a bit hectic, as usual. I’ll be out of pocket Thursday and Friday, and Monday next week, as well. With that in mind, I’ll put out another call for submissions for a DIY Friday issue for this week. I normally confine these issues to topics that we’ve covered since the last DIY Friday issue. In this case, though, I’d like to take a much broader approach. If there’s anything you’d like to share with you fellow readers – anything Linux-related at all – feel free to drop me a note. I’ll sort through and include as many as possible for the Friday issue.

That’s it for now. I’m headed back to the code mines for more work on the latest Lockergnome project. I hope you’re headed off to a bit more knowledge in today’s Penguin Shell.

Have a great Monday.

Tony
Steidler-Dennison       

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