On Fri, 2004-01-23 at 17:52, Michael A. Alderete wrote:
> Although I have been following m0n0wall for quite a while, and had a
> Soekris box sitting on my computer stand for nearly a year, I only recently
> started setting up my home network to use m0n0wall.
> In an effort to better understand what I was doing, and to contribute back
> to the project, I spent some time writing a bit of documentation for
> m0n0wall, a "Getting Started" guide intended for first-time users, who
> would likely be using it just for basic DHCP and NAT (which is all I have
> set up on my network so far):
> Feedback and corrections very welcome.
> If the reception is positive, I'd like to continue to develop docs for the
> project, with the intention of working on an advanced NAT section, a DMZ
> section, and a firewall section (among other things). Of course, for those
> more advanced topics, I'll probably need to pester some of the experts on
> the list. ;-)
> My intent is to offer these docs for integration into the official
> documentation of the project, but at least initially, I'm working on these
> I hope this is useful!
As someone who has been known to provide a significant amount of
documentation for various Open Source projects in the past, let me say
that additional documentation for a project with seriously limited
existing documentation is always a good thing.
When I get a chance to play with m0n0wall a little more, I will be more
than willing to also help out in this area. (Off to read your doc...)
Viva Open Source!
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