Chapter 27 - a new section ?

Brian Somers brian
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From: Brian Somers <brian at awfulhak.org>

Hi,

Chapter 27 of the handbook (Resources on the Internet) talks about 
mailing lists, usenet and www sites.

Do people [dis]agree that a new section might be added here for 
``Other servers'' or ``Other services''.  These services could 
initially include offers of free FreeBSD related email addresses 
(user at ukug.uk.FreeBSD.org can be advertised immediately - anyone that 
wants one can have one... other user groups may want to do this too), 
and if anyone has a need for an account on a FreeBSD box (and wants to 
`further the cause'), shell accounts can be provided too.

I'm sure other services & offers might also fit in here.

I can start the section off with some offers from the UK user group - 
just to get the ball rolling :-)

Suggestions / comments ?

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Brian <brian at Awfulhak.org>                        <brian at FreeBSD.org>
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