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* [[SpecificationGroup]]: LSB written specification. Project also includes [[SpecDatabase]]
 
* [[SpecificationGroup]]: LSB written specification. Project also includes [[SpecDatabase]]
 
* [[ToolsGroup]]: Build Tools, Sample Implementation <b>(no longer supported)</b>, Application Battery
 
* [[ToolsGroup]]: Build Tools, Sample Implementation <b>(no longer supported)</b>, Application Battery
* Infrastructure: [[DualArchBuild|Dual-arch build chroots]]
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* [[TestGroup]]: Core test, VSW4/XTS5, C++ test, Desktop tests, Printing test, Perl/Python tests, test harnesses
 
* [[TestGroup]]: Core test, VSW4/XTS5, C++ test, Desktop tests, Printing test, Perl/Python tests, test harnesses
 
* [[ReleaseChecklist]]: what needs to happen for an LSB release?
 
* [[ReleaseChecklist]]: what needs to happen for an LSB release?

Revision as of 18:06, 4 October 2012

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Welcome to the Linux Standard Base wiki! This wiki is the internal face of the LSB Project describing what the team is working on. For more general information about the LSB project, please see the LSB Workgroup Home Page.

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Some links are broken due to infrastructure that has not been restored. Some are broken because they've gone stale. Please file bugs if it's not obvious how to just fix it up.

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