Maintenance of Systems Administration for Cyborgs¶
The Systems Administration for Cyborgs attempts to present information regarding the practice and strategy of systems administration that is of general interest to developers, junior systems administrators, and other technical audiences who are less familiar with systems administration. While this core content and approach will remain over time, technology changes, and administrators are always developing new conventions and approaches to new and old problems.
In an effort to keep Systems Administration for Cyborgs up to date and relevant to the problems of the day, the author and contributors will continue to update the text to reflect changes in practice and to remove inaccuracies and errors as possible.
If you see an error or have an issue with any of the content in this resource please write an email to the listserv, and one of the existing maintainers or contributors will any required modification.
If you’re interested in contributing to this project, you may find the following information useful:
- The Cyborg Institute Site.
- For more information about the other projects, activities, and resources.
- The Cyborg Institute Git Repositories
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- The Cyborg Institute Git Hub
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- Cyborg Institute Issue Trackers (forthcoming)
- Until proper issue tracking systems are available for Cyborg Institute projects, please
This version of “Systems Administration for Cyborgs” was built from 3e2e46a951b3c51a2537bbe3a9653d8edcf49938. See the git repository for more detailed information regarding this revision and the change history. The git repository contains a makefile which encapsulates the build process.
In addition to improving the quality of “Systems Administration for Cyborgs” by catching stylistic errors, improving clarity, and fact checking the information presented, I’m interested in using “Systems Administration for Cyborgs” as a venue to disseminate tutorials, guides, and formal documentation of systems administration procedures and practices. If you’re interested in contributing to these kinds of guides post to the list and we can begin work instantly.