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#### Curt Wuollet

Hi Bill Welcome! What can you do? We need work on languages, testing, distribution building, documentation, drivers, applications, practically anything you want to do is available. Best place to start is understanding. The materials on the website will get you the background and I'm sure we can find a way to apply your talents. We do seem to be having a problem getting people over the initial hump and on board so, I would be in your debt if you could tell me what I can do to get you onboard. We're programmers and somewhat lacking in people skills, I guess. To you and all the folks who have inquired recently, please don't be put off if I can't assign you neat packages of things to do. We really don't have a board or meetings to generate to do lists. I'm trying to do something like this but with volunteers it's like herding cats. Someone who can tell me how to mentor programmers into the group would be doing the project a great service. Please be patient and give us a second and maybe third chance. We do need you. I will keep all off list communications strictly private. Regards cww _______________________________________________ LinuxPLC mailing list [email protected] http://linuxplc.org/mailman/listinfo/linuxplc

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#### Jiri Baum

Curt Wuollet: > Best place to start is understanding. The materials on the website will > get you the background and I'm sure we can find a way to apply your > talents. I'm responding a bit late, but a good starting point is the recent article. You can get it from the CVS or on the web at: http://www.linuxplc.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/~checkout~/doc/lplc-article.txt > We do seem to be having a problem getting people over the initial hump > and on board so, I would be in your debt if you could tell me what I can > do to get you onboard. Seconded. > To you and all the folks who have inquired recently, please don't be put > off if I can't assign you neat packages of things to do. We really don't > have a board or meetings to generate to do lists. At this stage, it's basically anything you'd want in LPLC that isn't already written''. > I'm trying to do something like this but with volunteers it's like > herding cats. Have you tried a laser pointer? Jiri -- Jiri Baum <[email protected]> Connect the power cable, interface cable and ground wire only in the methods indicated in the this manual. It may lead to fire. -- OKIPAGE 8z user's manual _______________________________________________ LinuxPLC mailing list [email protected] http://linuxplc.org/mailman/listinfo/linuxplc