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Articles to Write
- Template:HandbookLink documentation... see: https://wiki.gentoo.org/index.php?title=Template:HandbookLink.
- Pandoc revise article to include information about:
- The boot process in excruciating detail, start with what memory address the processor begins execution at and move forward from there:
- Raspberry Pi
- Open Firmware
- Resolving endianness issues in C using the Alpha Porting Guide as a template.
- XDG Directories
- XDG Directory Applications list
- games-misc/fortune-mod the once ubiquitous fortune that was commonly set to run at login.
- sys-apps/miscfiles Most of its contents are mentioned in the README, but it also includes /usr/share/dict/words which is not.
- Perl article overhaul.
- Write in user subpage and get Dilfridge to sign off on it.
- Lots more information on modern Perl itself.
- Links to plenty of tutorials.
- COBOL and Gnucobol.
- Mono, of .NET fame.
- mono-basic / visual basic
- F# (part of the dev-lang/mono runtime?)
- ASP .Net
- www-servers/xsp (mono ASP .Net?)
- Notmuch a fast, global-search and tag-based email system to use within your text editor or in a terminal.
Write a general gcc article. It can be a stub, but make it a good one.
- Remove the GGC --> GCC Upgrades redirect but link to the original article. Eventually, the articles will probably merge.
- Clang. Try to figure out how to refactor the article. A long article is fine as long as it flows well. This article may or may not need to be split up.
- Fully document how to create custom profiles and merge existing ones.
- Sam has his own profile overlay on GitHub at thesamesam/overlay/, talk to him if you get stuck.