On Fri, Apr 23, 2004 at 04:47:01PM -0400, Charles Swiger wrote:
I'll make a try at answering the issues you raise, but the best way of handling missing documentation is to submit PR's which update the manpages or the Handbook with something better.
When I know what something better is, sure...
It certainly seems as if you brought a lot of pre-conceived ideas to the desk, which may have been good in some other context, but simply are not the same ideas that *BSD has its roots in.
The docs are a complete and highly distilled overview of the entire OS; I don't think that it was intended as a simple "how to" type affair. I'm not saying that you didn't read them, perhaps in near entirety, but from this end it *sounds* as if you expected automagic config wizards and eye-candy help menus from an OS that simply has a different philosophy.
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