is welcomed. Mail me at email@example.com. My PGP public key (ID 5F263625) is available from my web pages, if you feel the need to be secretive about things.
If you have a question that you feel this document should have
answered and doesn't, mail me. If you have a question which probably
shouldn't be answered here but you think I might know the answer
anyway, you might want to try posting to an appropriate
comp.os.linux.* newsgroup first; I usually answer mail
eventually, but I have been known to lose it on occasion.
Anyone found adding my name to junk email lists will pay dearly for it.
If you wish to translate this document, please go right ahead, but do tell me about it! The chances are (sadly) several hundred to one against that I speak the language you wish to translate to, but that aside I am happy to help in whatever way I can.
Translations that I know of are:
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The right of Daniel Barlow to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in accordance with sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
This document is copyright (C) 1996 Daniel Barlow
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