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commit fd96fb22b064afee03ec6047117b294f6357cd5b
parent 94adf238318eb75901c59cf6361677e9ce59bf06
Author: Cem Keylan <cem@ckyln.com>
Date:   Fri,  8 May 2020 04:02:07 +0300

update

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Mdocs/blog/20200508.html | 6+++---
Mdocs/blog/20200508.txt | 6+++---
Mdocs/news.xml | 2+-
Mdocs/rss.xml | 8++++----
Msrc/blog/20200508.md | 6+++---
5 files changed, 14 insertions(+), 14 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/blog/20200508.html b/docs/blog/20200508.html @@ -80,9 +80,9 @@ compatibility on my fork of the <a href="https://github.com/carbslinux/kiss">pac without any more issues, on OpenBSD and FreeBSD. The biggest issues remaining are choosing a vendor for BSD, packaging the BSD source, and providing a minimal base (like busybox for BSD). -If you aren&rsquo;t familiar with BSD, BSD has a single source code -for all of the utilities. Contributions (even chipping in ideas) -are very welcome.</p> +If you aren&rsquo;t familiar with BSD, it has a single source code +for all of the utilities (kernel, command line programs, etc.). +Contributions (even chipping in ideas) are very welcome.</p> <p>Adding binary package distribution support natively to the package manager. Biggest issue in small/old computers are compile times. diff --git a/docs/blog/20200508.txt b/docs/blog/20200508.txt @@ -72,9 +72,9 @@ compatibility on my fork of the [package manager]. I have tested, without any more issues, on OpenBSD and FreeBSD. The biggest issues remaining are choosing a vendor for BSD, packaging the BSD source, and providing a minimal base (like busybox for BSD). -If you aren't familiar with BSD, BSD has a single source code -for all of the utilities. Contributions (even chipping in ideas) -are very welcome. +If you aren't familiar with BSD, it has a single source code +for all of the utilities (kernel, command line programs, etc.). +Contributions (even chipping in ideas) are very welcome. Adding binary package distribution support natively to the package manager. Biggest issue in small/old computers are compile times. diff --git a/docs/news.xml b/docs/news.xml @@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ <description>a simple busybox linux distribution</description> <link>https://carbslinux.org</link> <atom:link href="https://carbslinux.org/news.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml" /> -<lastBuildDate>May Fri 2020 00:00</lastBuildDate> +<lastBuildDate>May Fri 2020 01:00</lastBuildDate> <item> <title>20200427.news</title> <pubDate>Mon, 27 Apr 2020</pubDate> diff --git a/docs/rss.xml b/docs/rss.xml @@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ <description>a simple busybox linux distribution</description> <link>https://carbslinux.org</link> <atom:link href="https://carbslinux.org/rss.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml" /> -<lastBuildDate>May Fri 2020 00:00</lastBuildDate> +<lastBuildDate>May Fri 2020 01:00</lastBuildDate> <item> <title>The Relation of Carbs and KISS</title> <pubDate>Fri, 08 May 2020</pubDate> @@ -79,9 +79,9 @@ compatibility on my fork of the &lt;a href=&quot;https://github.com/carbslinux/k without any more issues, on OpenBSD and FreeBSD. The biggest issues remaining are choosing a vendor for BSD, packaging the BSD source, and providing a minimal base (like busybox for BSD). -If you aren&amp;rsquo;t familiar with BSD, BSD has a single source code -for all of the utilities. Contributions (even chipping in ideas) -are very welcome.&lt;/p&gt; +If you aren&amp;rsquo;t familiar with BSD, it has a single source code +for all of the utilities (kernel, command line programs, etc.). +Contributions (even chipping in ideas) are very welcome.&lt;/p&gt; &lt;p&gt;Adding binary package distribution support natively to the package manager. Biggest issue in small/old computers are compile times. diff --git a/src/blog/20200508.md b/src/blog/20200508.md @@ -73,9 +73,9 @@ compatibility on my fork of the [package manager]. I have tested, without any more issues, on OpenBSD and FreeBSD. The biggest issues remaining are choosing a vendor for BSD, packaging the BSD source, and providing a minimal base (like busybox for BSD). -If you aren't familiar with BSD, BSD has a single source code -for all of the utilities. Contributions (even chipping in ideas) -are very welcome. +If you aren't familiar with BSD, it has a single source code +for all of the utilities (kernel, command line programs, etc.). +Contributions (even chipping in ideas) are very welcome. Adding binary package distribution support natively to the package manager. Biggest issue in small/old computers are compile times.