The kernel and networking groups are most in need of devoted people who really want to work hard. :-) Michael On 2004-03-20 at 20:23:50 [-0500], Eli Green wrote: > Well, after a bit of difficulty in running BeOS on too-advanced hardware, > I've borrowed a hard drive and network card from some generous friends and am > up and running with BeOS R5. (Specifically the nicely put together "BeOS > Developer Edition" available on BeBits). > > Now, somebody who wanted to jump in and lend a hand .. what would they do > about that? I'm not a kernel wizard, but I like to think I'm a pretty fast > learner (I've read and understood the Xinu book, if that counts for anything > and have patched FreeBSD in small ways before, nothing major). Are there any > groups in need of extra hands/eyes? Should I just attach myself to a group > and find out what they need done?